Technical Acting for Camera

Taught by Steve Whelan & Troy Price

With over 10 years shooting original demo reels for actors, shorts, trailers, web-series’, and features, Steve Whelan and Troy Price have decided to take their game to the classroom. After putting in their 14,000 hours in the craft of directing actors on camera, the owners of Relentless Filmworks have decided to give back to the acting community the way they know best: on-camera technique.

 

A no-nonsense approach to understanding the technique of translating your talent to the camera, Steve and Troy create a variety of real life on set situations, with instant playback. In a city where the camera is king, every actor needs practical on-camera experience. See what works and eliminate those bad habits that could cost you a job! Relentless Filmworks creates a safe, creative, and exhilarating environment for actors to hone their craft.

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4 week workshop

$250

Early rate for workshop 

by August 20th $225

 

September Dates

6th, 13th, 20th, & 27th

Workshops are held

at the Studio

Tuesdays 7-10pm

STEVE WHELAN

Steve Whelan is an American actor and producer. He was born in San Mateo, CA,  and grew up in Northeast Ohio & Connecticut.  Steve earned a BA in Theatre at Indiana University.  After three years of creating original, experimental Theatre in Philadelphia, he turned his focus to film, and returned to California in 1996.

 

Having worked in an array of cinematic formats including film and television, commercials, web-series', and voice-overs, he is also an accomplished production sound

artist, and a veteran voice-over artist. Steve co-founded Relentless Filmworks in 2008, a boutique production company, dedicated to creating exciting original content.

 

Steve lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two daughters.

TROY PRICE

As a writer, director, producer, and DP, Troy has created a broad spectrum of series, shorts, commercials, and features. He began his career initially as a Director of Photography, but found that working within several avenues of creative space afforded him an invaluable perspective as an artist.  

 

Taking projects from start to finish; from their inception to development to execution; is a true passion, and his dedication to each endeavor reflects his personal commitment to that passion. Troy envisions truly universal themes in each of his projects, no matter the venue, no matter the scope.

 

He is calculated, yet off-the- cuff. Introspective, yet accessible. Polished, yet real and raw. It's never "that's a wrap"... instead, it's "what's next?"  And "what's next?" is always a surprise.