Welcome to The Artist’s Process Perspective. In our previous article, we talked about our true perspective to continue showing all of the Artist’s great performances, and their pursuit to further success. For this article, I would like to share my perspective, regarding the lockdown we are in, and what Artists and Producers can do considering the situation. We have had to take measures other than the traditional, to continue with our shows. For example, we filmed our current episode in two different locations, so we were not at the same location at the same time. We filmed our parts separately, and then joined them together in the editing room. It appeared we were having a phone conversation. We also created a show called TAP Interviews, in which we originally filmed Interviews at events. However; because of the Pandemic, we had to change this and do live streaming interviews on Streamyard, as events were canceled. My tips for Artists and Producers are to do something similar for your shows if possible. For Artists especially, doing live streams may be vital to your work and for self-promotion to continue. We are really facing some major obstacles during this Pandemic and lock down period. In the meantime, we hope you can be creative and move forward with your work and careers. Please remember that The Artist’s Process continues to broadcast online, and on the eZWay TV Network. Until my next article, goodbye and good luck in your life endeavors.
***Matt J. Doyle was born in Australia and migrated to America in 2003. He is now an American Citizen. Prior to his acting and producing career in Hollywood, California, Matt studied performing arts in the early 1990’s at The Actors Center Australia. He also started his martial arts training in Muay Thai Kickboxing simultaneously. He then achieved a Diploma of Modeling. Matt J. Doyle has been intensively trained at Aaron Speiser, Margie Haber, and Ivana Chubbuck Acting Studios in the 2000’s. He has also worked on several mainstream productions, as well as student and indie films, where he learned filmmaking and how to produce his own productions, in addition to his acting career. For all the latest information on Matt, please visit MattJDoyle.com