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Kate’s trip to Korea for the Seoul Webfest was a great success, not only for the amazing memories of a country she may not have visited otherwise but because she walked away with a Best Director award for Ren: The Girl with the Mark!
Kate’s just arrived back from a week in northern Spain having attended the Bilbao Web Fest where Ren won another three awards.
If you haven’t see Ren yet and want to read more about this latest leg of the Ren tour please visit the website of Ren: The Girl with the Mark.
I’m both excited and sad that my time on Harry and Grace is over. It’s been a wonderful experience and so fantastic to get my teeth into an acting role again after what feels like forever.
Welcome to my brand new website. It’s currently under construction and is bound to take me a while to finish but here goes nothing.
The other weekend I travelled to the Excel in London to visit Comic Con to represent Ren with some of the team. We had been invited onto a panel of New British Webseries at 1pm on the friday 22nd May.
It became quite eventful getting to the panel in time because by the time we travelled down, parked and got everyone dressed and then tried to find out where to go to actually get our wrist bands it was ten to one! Eventually we managed to get our bands and got to the panel in time.
Myself and costume designer Miriam Davies represented Ren, while Ren DoP Neil Oseman had a conflict of interest as he was there to represent another ambitious webseries he was DoP on, The First Musketeer. The other panelist was Chris Stone representing his new series Year of Spies. Susan E Clarke, who is herself the creator of a webseries called Chronicles of Syntax, helped moderate the panel.
While we were doing the panel Edward Morley (dressed as a prison guard), Tindi Lewis (dressed as a villager), Ivan Moy (dressed as the Kah’Nath Commander) and Robert Myles (dressed as a Kah’Nath Soldier) wondered around the Con dishing out flyers and showing the trailer to as many people as possible.
We had a great day and below is a video of our time there.
Check out the Ren blog for some more information about our trip www.rentheseries.com/ren-at-london-comic-con-video/
Over the Easter weekend I was in Bonn Germany for HobbitCon 2014. I was there with Christopher Dane and although we did a bit of work promoting Ren we were mostly there to do some filming for Legendarium with Artist Jay Johnstone as the interviewer.
*Unfortunately Legendarium no longer exists but I still have some of the videos unlisted on my own YouTube channel, so here is the interview of me talking about Born of Hope and Ren.*