CarrHunger

Even though we connected in 1987 we’ve collectively been in the entertainment industry for over 60 years.  Both of us started young on many of our artistic adventures and continue to fuel each other’s crazy ideas on a regular basis.
To start with, we will focus on updating the ‘blog posts’ as often as we can so future and past, appearances, experiences and gigs will be there.  Just click on the popdown, pick a month, under ‘Posts’ on the side bar and read away, OR just go directly to the posts page.
As much as live appearances continues to be a part ofour existence, Film and TV quickly became our life.  Productions from EFC to SG to Legends of Tomorrow grace our portfolios.  Live projects like the Trek Parody plays, Promotions, Corporate Events (now mostly through Times Past Entertainment ) have always been fun and the more challenging.  You just never know how that live crowd will respond.
Film and TV building has been through Unlimited Design Ltd and continues to be an incredible place to work and so many great shows and movies to work on.  Forgive their page.  It’s a little out of date.
We’ve been sharing with fans the art of Cosplay before it was even called Cosplay.  We’re International Master Level competitors, panelists and, many times, Concom or Organisers,  for a number of various scalled conventions.
We have earned the right to be referred to as creative fabricators.

There was once this guy way back when, who said that all the world is a stage and all the men and women merely players.  They have their exits and their entrances….
This would be a fair summary of our lives.  We have had many exits and entrances and truly played many parts.
From meeting in 1987 at a Dr. Who convention, to continuing being creative, to being married, to our entertainment industry careers to the seriousness of maturing….. Hold on.. Not sure we are at that point yet.  Mature?  Dedicated, Honourific, Driven, Artistic, Devoted…..  Mature?  Only on demand.

Hope to meet you in person one day.  The world is full of stories and to tell them is one thing.  To hear them is another.

Christina and Martin