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...You wake up veryyy early and you go! BIG THANK YOU goes to Debbie and Lisa Ganz of Twins Talent who gave us this opportunity! Every single person on set and off was incredibly kind, funny, and generous. No egos. None. It was really a wonderful experience. Thank you GMA for welcoming us as part of your team for the day!

If starting your day off being featured on GMA isn't enough (still pinching), Ash and I decided it was finally time to join our union's strike...after a cup a'kawf, obviously. It was invigorating, having our voices join with other SAG-AFTRA and WGA members. Many a famous actor sighting made for a very exciting experience as well. #SusanSarandon Very grateful to those up top who are fighting for humanity in storytelling and our appropriate compensation.

Once the strike was over, we celebrated with a spicy mezcal cocktail, a delicious lunch, and because we can't ever leave each other lol...we went to the movies! Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part 1...WOW. There are many days when I think our dreams are impossible, but gosh dang it, did we accomplish a lot in that one day! Slowly but surely, it's happening.

You're lookin' at a 2022 NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellow in Playwriting/Screenwriting!!! I found out about a month ago and I'm still pinching myself. I've reread the email so many times. Is this really happening?! To be recognized and validated by NYSCA and NYFA is BEYOND and it came at the perfect time in my life. After I applied back in January, I wrote down "NYFA Grant" on a piece of paper and taped it smack dab in the middle of my dreamboard. Well this is proof that manifesting is real!!

Writing is crazy. You can feel on top of the world writing until the sun comes up. Most of the time you're editing and editing, deleting bad dialogue you thought was amazing, making those last changes to the just before a competition deadline. Other times, you don't write for days, weeks because depression has come into work instead of you. A lot of times, our scripts don't place, don't get read, need more work. As an actor or writer, or anyone in this industry, you learn real quick that Rejection needs to be your friend. We all keep at it because we love it, not because we win. Well, sometimes you get lucky and you get both...

- Kimberly

Updated: Jan 9, 2022

We're entering this new year thankfully healthy, triple vaxxed, ready to put our thoughts into action...because the Capricorn New Moon said so. #shereadyyy

The last couple years have been traumatic. It's crazy we got to create at all, so we want to toast our champ to celebrate all of the collaborations we were lucky to be a part of...

  • We signed with We Speak Model Management, a leader in breaking traditional beauty standards. As a result, we've worked with wonderfully open people at Universal Standard, Motley, Hayley Bridget and Vogue Italia.

  • A photoshoot and interview with the amazing Jesse Dittmar was featured in Washington Post.

  • Ashley just wrapped a short film in Staten Island where she played the lead. She is set to shoot another short this month in upstate NY where she plays a character she's ALWAYS wanted to play...a paleontologist. #jurassicparkforlife

  • Kimberly wrapped on a short film that was officially selected at NYFA, Toronto Short Film Channel Awards, and Chain Film Festival.

  • Kimberly's feature drama script advanced as a Second Rounder in the Austin Film Festival Screenplay Competition 2021. Her short script was also a Quarterfinalist in the Slamdance 2021 Screenplay Competition. She has since submitted another short script into the competition circuit.

For 2022…

  • We booked a Target ecomm job!

  • We're writing a podcast where we complain about littering, coughing in your hand, and we get wild about the perfect cortado and anything Andrew Scott does.

  • We're writing a short comedy about twin sisters who love to talk in the bathroom. We plan to produce that this year under our production company.

  • Our plant game is on fire. NBD.

  • Having fun will be the reason we do anything.

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