The first time I put my face in front of the camera was on my popular web series, Haunted Hoax. In each episode I would present videos claiming to be "Real Ghost Footage" or "Proof of the Paranormal." I would then examine these videos and put them to the test. I was able to debunk and recreate most "hauntings." After a couple of years of doing this, my concept became a popular tv show on Syfy without my involvement in any way whatsoever, so I slowly dissolved my series. From there I created other show concepts, including Ghost Addiction, which turned the cameras away from the ghosts and focused them on the people and teams investigating them. It was to be a show that explored the lives of those passionate about the paranormal — and like myself, those who are addicted to the unexplained. The idea gained interest from producers, but never came to light.
Because of that work I attracted the attention of Syfy producers and was cast in what became one of the highest rated Syfy shows of 2013, Ghost Mine (also the most expensive paranormal show ever created). Here I was able to live an amazing adventure and share with paranormal fans a new and exciting idea, which broke the "ghost show" model. We were the first team of two who were able to conduct the longest paranormal investigation to date — Seven months at one location!
After Ghost Mine new doors opened up for me. Most were in the form of terrible reality show concepts. I was offered to star in over a dozen new paranormal shows, and I turned down all but two, which ended up going nowhere. After a couple of years of meetings and contracts I decided to explored a new art form — Acting. I have always loved film and I'm obviously passionate about storytelling , but never thought I had what it took to become different characters on screen.
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