“To give a role justice by bringing life to a character within the eyes of the viewer is the ultimate pleasure for me. I hope to one day become a supporting or lead actor in feature films and grow my experience with every role I play”. – Everisingsun
Tohunga is a short film shot in Waihou Valley, in the upper north island of New Zealand. It is a short film depicting the views of modern medicine and indigenous maori practitioners (Tohunga) of spiritual healing and natural medicine, and how such practices were stamped out through British Crown law.
I was very honoured to have played the role of the Tohunga, and it gave me a chance to act in front of a camera and begin a journey into film making. This film is in both English and Maori.
Urban Etikit is a short film shot in the CBD of Auckland city, New Zealand. This short film was made for the NZ V48hrs.
A short film about a group of young kite enthusiasts who reside in the CBD and have nowhere to fly their kites without being harrassed by City Security. Needless to say, an ongoing ‘Cat & Mouse’ relationship is formed between the security guard and dubbed ‘Kite Gang’.
Maumahara (Remember who you are, Remember where you come from) is a tale about Marama, a woman who is searching to find the answers to her identity, her dreams and her past.
Shot in the Tamaki Village, Rotorua, New Zealand, this short film was made by Tokirua Studios and Directed by Tamati Ihaka.
I was fortunate to have the opportunity to play the part of Takatu, and to experience filming in such beautiful surroundings with a professional, dedicated production crew.
The Brick is a superhero genre short film made for the NZ V48hrs 2012.
After finding a comic book in a rubbish bin, a ring with super powers falls into the hands of a homeless street dweller, who sees a sinister act and finds the courage within himself to deal to the villains with vengeance.
Whether on television or the internet, I am very blessed to have acted in several commercials and am very grateful for the opportunities they have given me to venture further into acting.
“Stay Close – Go Far!” was a campaign initiated by Whangarei Northtec to encourage Northland youth and adults to chase their dream career paths by seeking certified training right here in Northland. It was a good day in front of the camera with a hardcase cast and crew. A win-win day at work!.
The best thing about it all, is that to me, it is always a blessing for me to put something positive back to the communites, back to the real people that truly makes the world go ’round!.
This was a great shoot – there was quite a bit of footage that never made the cut, but it was a laugh and a half nevertheless. The cast and crew were very professional and down to earth and to walk away at the end of the shoot with everyone happy with the end result.
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