In 2015 I created a web series about a young woman trying to outrun her Catholic Guilt. Cut to 2017 and we've been accepted into some of the most prestigious festivals- 2016 NYC Webfest Official Selection, 2017 LA Webfest Official Selection (I even got nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series), and 2017 New York Television Festival Official IPC Selection.
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Like any good ad pro, I know that the right ads reaching the right people can get results. As Guilty's Social Media Strategist, I created targeted link ads and have grown our audience from 22 subscribers (Season 1, 2015) to 102 subscribers with a total of 16.3k lifetime views. With a budget of $330.
In Season 2, we created 11 episodes in 9 different locations, totaling almost an hour of content. We had a limited budget, but that didn't stop us from making movie magic.
I started doing stand up cause I like feeling as if I’m about to shit my pants in front of an audience.
Investigative journalist Hannah McMann tries to figure out why the fuck a woman would say no to a marriage proposal.
Pilot episode. Proof of Concept. Written and produced with Erin Conroy.
It's the Real World, Oz! Produced for the iO Comedy Network. Writer/Producer/Actor
Second City's Mary Scruggs Works By Women Festival Award Winner.(180 Submissions, 30 featured, 10 awarded.) Writer/Performer 2015
Your in-laws are weird. But maybe's there's a reason.
Second City Conservatory Show May 2016. Writer/Performer
For iO Chicago's Vidiocy film contest, Hannah Levitan and I were given the title, "Front of the Line" and created this six minute short. We took home 2nd place for our film about an office band searching for a front man to lead them to victory.
In the spirit of Valentine's Day/educating women/people in general so we can finally take down the patriarchy, I created these Betsy DeVos themed Valentine's with Michael Moreland.
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I have a theory about bathroom signs: Men make them. So I set out to prove myself right by taking pictures of all the horribly worded tampon signs in all the stalls I visited. And then I posted them here and blamed the results on a guy named Karl and his idiot boss.