Kim Wilson, MURDER on 777 EVENING STREET
Watch MURDER at 777 EVENING STREET here!
Maria McDougal, THE BOX
Supporting Actress, Pastime
Natalie, The Convincing
Sara Carpenter, Mistakes Unmade, by Lauriana Films
Navy E-7 Chief Petty Officer, American Forces Network
In December 2009, Shelley travelled to Nashville to work with Film House, the largest film production company in Tennessee and the largest producer of films for the U.S. government, on a television production for the U.S. Department of Defense about healthy weight loss and the ineffectiveness and dangers of fad dieting. The commercial spot will be aired world-wide on American Forces Network.
Scarlet La'Rue, "Of Sound Mind and Dead Body",
The Murder Mystery Company
Shelley plays Scarlet La'Rue, the only one at the party who can seduce the truth out of any man, in this fun, interactive, murder mystery party.
Tabatha Stone, DARK TARGET
Mom, Parent Boot Camp, Parent Empowerment Program
Shelley plays a mom at a parent boot camp in this Parent Empowerment Program video. Setting rules and expectations, and learning to talk to your kids about sex in a two-way conversation are a few of the points covered in this abstinence educational program for high schools in central Ohio.
Teacher, West Virginia Asthma Awareness Campaign
Lisa, 207-D, 2009 Downtown Digital Arts Festival Best Narrative Video and Best of All Show Video Award Winner
Lisa is a college student going to class during the day and working 3rd shift cleaning office buildings at night. She is working hard to make something of herself and she thinks she is just tired as she starts to notice strange and unusual things happening on the 2nd floor. But her worst fears are realized when she finds her supervisor dead and literally begins running for her life from the dark and scary figure that looms. This one will have you jumping from your seats! The 2009 Downtown Digital Arts Festival in Columbus, Ohio awarded this one with Best in Category, Best Narrative Video, and Best of All Show Video Award! Click Here to watch the film on Youtube.
Photo by Aimee Dutton.
Pictured with Bontisha McLean, director of 207-D
Moiselle, "You Only Die Twice" at Cloak & Dagger Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre
Things just aren't looking good in the afterlife. The pearly gates are locked and noone knows why...including Saint Peter. Self-appointed "Dame of the Dead" Roberta and her assistant Tessa tirelessly try to maintain order amidst the chaos which may or may not have to do with Damien, a representative of the afterlife's notorious south side. Then there's Lucky, a man now living among the dead. Is it merely a coincidence or could it be the start of an even bigger mystery? Interrogate members of the afterlife's service team, including Moiselle, the proprietor of the heavenly house of sin, and Harvey the maintenance man as you witness (or take part in) a dramatic re-enactment that could help restore order, and determine your final destination.
Cowgirl, Boot-Scootin' Kickoff!
Line dancing and bull-riding, along with getting your picture taken with your favorite cowgirl, made this Boot-scootin' kickoff in Grove City, Ohio a huge success.
Lil' Cowboy: Zachary
Photo by: Robin Severt, Snap Photo
Birth Mom, Reflections
Allison, a little girl who's lost both her parents would rather fly away into fantasies she creates in her own mind, than face her true reflection. Her bitter-sweet journey into accepting her loss and embracing her new life with her grandparents is one of reflections of the past and imaginary visions of the perfect life she would have had if her parents were still alive. Touched by a friend who seems to know all very well the path she has been down, Allison learns how to finally stop seeking an escape and let those around her love her. Reflections is a faith-based film based on 1 Timothy 5:1-2 and is a part of the Hollywood 168Project in Los Angeles, California.
Set photos by Clint Elmore.
Sabrina Priest, A Thousand Words: Revelation
This is the third and final short in the thriller trilogy by Tempered Zealot Productions. The story continues the bloody journey of Ian and his son Steven Black as they make their new home in the college town of Harper's Union. While Ian is interested in the local scenery (a hot chick) and making a fresh start in life, Steven is more interested in satiating his new found lust for blood and following in the family hobby.
Louie Cowan reprises his role one last time as serial killer Ian Black. He is joined by John Grote as Steven Black and Shelley Johnson as Sabrina Priest. J. Michael Lewis once again spins the dark tale while Jerod Brennen pens the screenplay. Together they will be directing this piece to it's ultimate bloody end.
Set photos by Aimee Dutton
Princess Jasmine, Princess Couture
When a little girl sees her favorite princess in a parade, dreams come true for a second. Their eyes light up and they're usually speechless. At meet & greets, they love taking their picture with a princess and getting an autograph for keepsake. If they manage to speak, they usually ask me where Aladdin is, and since he's so busy being a prince, he's always at the castle.
District Attorney, Political Campaign Commercial
As district attorney in this FBI raid re-enactment, it was necessary to work closely with FBI agents and law enforcement officers in investigating the corruption of a county politician. All other details are confidential.
"Runaway Bride", The Go Game
A jilted bride is difficult to console, especially by corporate men playing games. "The Go Game" is a corporate team-building game where players have an enormous amount of fun trying to find clues, passwords, and accomplish missions. When they are successful in comforting me, I may just give them the password they need to continue on in the game. But ask anyone who's participated, I am a challenging mission and won't give away the password until they engage in role-playing with me a bit, which includes some chasing, some fighting, some pleading, and finally proposing to me, down on their knees.