December 4, 2016
Surprise surprise! After working as warm-up comedian for Ken Boxer Live for the past year, I am now officially the new co-host. I am extremely honored to be even be considered for such a position, and am filled with gratitude upon notification of my selection. I look forward to working more intimately with the entire KBL crew and digging a little deeper into the countless celebrity guests for your viewing pleasure. Ken Boxer Live airs every Thursday on TVSB.
Don’t have cable? No problem. YouTube upload of my first show with actor, producer, surfer, Gregory Harrison below. Want to be an audience member? Free Tickets Here. Upcoming guest Four-Time NBA Champion Jamaal Wilkes will be in studio for taping Monday December 5th and the show airs Thursday December 8th on TV Santa Barbara. Look Ma! I’m on TV!—Let the games begin…
March 17, 2016
A few months back I acted in a sixty-second horror short to be submitted to 60 Seconds To Die: an anthology sixty sixty-second shorts directed by sixty established as well as up and coming independent horror filmmakers from across the globe. Sixty Sixty Sixty. Shane Ryan wrote and directed the short I appear in. It was a pleasure to work with him. The film was produced by Tony Newton, known for Grindsploitation (2016), Virus of the Dead (2016) and Grindsploitation 2: The Lost Reels (2016). 60 Seconds to Die is set to make its US premiere at The Legless Corpse Film Festival in Somerville, Alabama April 22nd. Luckily for you, a teaser trailer has been released, and guess what—I’m in it. Let’s see if you can spot me. For updates on the 60 Seconds To Die, refer to the film’s Facebook page.
March 6, 2016
That’s right folks, Cate is doing stand-up comedy. When Craigslist adds turn life choice—for now at least. The thing is I think I’m funny, and modestly, always have. The real question is, do other people? So far, the hardest part is relating to the human race, you sick fucks. But I’m down for the challenge, and
the ride. My comedy caught theee Ken Boxer of Ken Boxer Live and I will now be performing pre-show comedy to warm up the audience. My set there has to be PG, so let the games begin. My first comedy tour is going to be titled, ‘The Worst Thing About People,” and my first line of the show will be, “The worst thing about people is everything,” at which point I will drop mic and walk off stage, perhaps after magicianing a blind walking cane out of my sleeve because it gives the blind man class.
For Ken Boxer Live list of taping dates and guests visit KenBoxerLive.com
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December 27, 2015
“People living passionately with purpose,” is how I would describe The Golfer and Yogini Podcast. Wedded team Cevin [golfer] and Mallory [yogini] Doppman have just launched Episode 1 which takes the time to introduce the concept and the hosts that will be taking you through the lives of passionate professionals in future episode. Following Episode 1, each episode will feature a new guest from all walks of life and innumerable professions who are passionate about what they do. The Golfer and Yogini broadcast out of Santa Barbara, California, and did I mention I am the producer? Continue reading “Producing Podcasts: The Golfer & Yogini” »
September 11, 2015
Cate and Sam grace the cover of Battalion of Saint’s latest vinyl release. These new tunes will be extra special due to what is on the outside: us. That’s right, amazingly talented artist Lee Ellingson, whom Sam and I have formed a very creative bond with via the internet, rendered us in the commissioned artwork. Can you say punk rock?
Click here to read a recent feature from metallife.com on Battalion of Saint’s latest release as well as their upcoming tour schedule
September 11, 2015
Weekly podcaster and Santa Barbara local Patrick Melroy took a chance on the Unlicensed Professionals last week, allowing them in studio for a closer look at the madness, ours that is. Although solely audio, as most podcasts are, Samantha and I were definitely able to hold our ground, sounding everything from our childhood, horror movies, Santa Barbara dining [or lack thereof], the weekly vlog process, our viral videos, to meat drapes. I’m not going to lie, I’m pretty sure I dropped the N word a few times, but only to point out the few situations in which a white person like myself can say it and it neither be offensive nor toe stepping [says the white girl. Listen below for another slice of the Unlicensed Professional’s inner pie.
July 13, 2015
With all of the emojis making up for text typing communications inability of conveying emotion and feeling, important conversation cues and clues, not to mention human interaction in general, the desire to put a face to a name is hotter than ever. Fuck putting a name to a face, that’s what Facebook is for. Additionally, as if we were no longer cutting conversation with other humans to a minimum, texting less and less grammatically correct sentences, until there are no sentences, yet somehow five identical sentence completing punctuations. Despite punctuations in all numbers and forms, sarcasm can rarely be identified, and thus feeling or emotion blurred allows for unnecessary human idiotic assumption and consequent quarrels. The emoticon. The emoji—six basic emotions covered plus more, I still find the need to combine numerous in attempt to convey my intangible insides. Perhaps the following descriptive faces can aid in the research necessary to create the next wave of emojis, because the allowance of race options doesn’t count as necessary nor forward thinking in my book.
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