Fake Improv Group Names From a 35% Successful Maude Night Hosting Bit (including names cut for time)
yeah, this guy? he was on so many classic UCB improv and sketch teams.
He was in Bill Cosby, Stills, Nash and Young.
He was on the Misfortune Cookies.
He played with Improvised Legends of the Hidden Temple over at IO.
The Soul Sis-STARS (imagine Jazz Hands Here).
Have you heard of Airhorn Sound? You might know them as “BWAH BWAH BWAHHHH”?
He created the Swear-old
Fedora The Explora
He was on the Red Hot Billy’s Peppers— you know, the legendary Harold team that started out as a Billy Merritt 201 class?
The dude was a pillar of the community. He was also on Pillar of the Community (solid team—AMAZING group game work).
He wasn’t on Nephew (NOTE: The team that was about to come on), but he was on Uncle, Mother, Father, Son, Bonafide (NOTE: The team that had just been on) and also Nephew. Wait, yeah, he was on Nephew.
here are some storyboards for a sketch I directed that’ll probably be uploaded in a few days. Spoilers?
I made this half-hour radio play as my Christmas present to everyone!
When a Mayan Deity threatens to destroy the world, it’s up to loveable-ish everyman Ryan Moulton to convince him not to with five stories of humanity’s good. He doesn’t do a very good job.
The Ryan Moulton Christmas Special is an old-timey style radio play! Download the MP3 here so you can listen on your iphone: http://rymo.org/stuff/TheRyanMoultonChristmasSpecial.mp3
If you share this on facebook or twitter, my grinch heart will grow three sizes!
It’s the longest thing I’ve ever written. Merry Christmas, happy holidays!
Here’s a sketch, well, I guess it’s more of a medical dramedy, that I wrote/directed/shot/edited. Baby-shaped Tumor.
Here is a .gif from something I shot recently! Do not be scared, it is just fake baseball batting!
Jamie. She makes a series of do-it-yourself videos for gurl.com and I shoot/direct them for her! Please have a tiny staring contest with her now.
So a million years ago I was cinematographer on a no-budget comedy feature film called “New Low”. It was the summer after my junior year of college and, looking back, I probably learned more by making that film than in 90% of my classes up to that point.
We made the movie with no money on borrowed equipment during Florida’s sweltering summer hurricane season.
The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2010 but then kind of got lost on the road to being distributed… until now. (and by now, I mean a month or two back. I’m… really bad at blogging.)
You can now buy New Low on DVD (complete with commentary by director/writer/editor/star Adam Bowers and cinematographer Me) or stream it on Netflix or Hulu or iTunes or (I think) youTube? It’s a no-budget romcom that I’m pretty sure started it’s life as a Woody Allen knock off but then grew into something much much more than that. It’ll give you laughs and also feelings.
Here’s the trailer, even though I’ve posted it on here before:
Oh hey, happy new year. I hope things are going well for you. Here are some videos I directed, shot and edited lately.
This penguin video was on the front page of Funny or Die! I shot it for the very talented people in the UCB sketch team “Bonafide” and it was a fun afternoon.
Mike is a very funny beard person. This is a little promo sketch thing for a hypothetical talk show that I hope he actually makes. I did not edit this one.
Here’s a new promo for Second City Late Night! It’s about breaking down race boundaries.
Did you ever see see Cuties in the Crowd? This is the sequel to that.