Gamer starlet, Jess Brohard makes her show debut in this episode where she meets Jeff for the first time. The shady maid is not amused. Parts of this episode were actually shot for the “pilot” Kickstarter pitch. I actually went back and filmed “pickup” shots to piece the whole living room scene together.
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We finished the Kickstarter with $2035. Not bad, guys. Not Bad. I’m excited! There’s so much in store for Kill9 in the coming weeks. We’re back, baby! Um, well soonish…
Last weekend was one of the best of my life. Thanks to the Dr. Who convention, Gallifrey One, being in town I got to shoot with a Dalek who happened to be in town thanks to his owner, Steve. We had an amazing time shooting at the Machinima offices (we rented it for a great deal). There will be more on Dalek Gary in the coming months once I have published some of my backlog of work.
It’s a hectic time, but very worth it! Keep an eye out on the Kill9 channel for new videos next week!
As has been the case lately, I am mostly posting updates in video form. The first one is an update to the fans on my Kill9tv YouTube Channel. The second is just a personal update on my personal portfolio channel. Cheers!
Haven’t posted in ages, but if you keep up with my Twitter then you know I’ve just been swamped with work and an A+ night class most of this month. Here’s my latest Kill9 update for all the Boomer’s and ./shutdown fans! <3
Check out the Princess, a game tournament and signing by the guys behind NewGrounds and the video games Castle Crashers, Alien Hominid and Game 3. All at The Behemoth booth #5029 at San Diego Comic-Con 2009. This video is one of my freelance gigs at Con this year. I was also hired by Rifftrax to film their panel (a rousing success).
Boomer’s Day Off Co-Creator and Jump Leads writer/creator, Ben Paddon at Comic-Con 2009. Ben’s a good friend of mine, so I thought I’d film a quick vid for the fans of his web-comic, Jump Leads. Ben actually ended up selling out of his Issue 1 print. Congrats, Ben!
Hooray! Comic-Con is here again. To celebrate, I have posted the first half of a famous Con tour I taped with Mike Nelson back in 2007. This was originally for Stage6 back when I was the Creative Producer at DivX. In case you didn’t know, Mike is famous for his role in Mystery Science Theater 3000 as well as the wildly successful new Rifftrax. Enjoy.
I will be attending Comic-Con this year with a Press badge and plan to do a little work for Rifftrax as well as Behemoth Games. My schedule is pretty flexible, so if you want to meet up send me a text message. If you don’t have my number, just send me an @michellekenobi on Twitter. I will also be attending X-Sanguin on Saturday night (a tradition of mine). See you there!
Michelle is a San Diego-based IT Geek by day and filmmaker/singer-songwriter by night. She is the founder of Kill9 Studios and even stars in her own music videos. Aside from Star Wars and technology, her passion is dancing/singing/writing funny, geeky music! Full Bio