'LEVEL UP' launches Summer 2022 and is designed to advance your acting career! Whether you are just starting out or a working professional, this program was created to help you level up to the next tier for students ages 18+!

Workshops were incredible, the short film shoot was thrilling and camp was a massive success! Can't wait for the next one!

How the students described Level Up: 

Amazing, Unpredictable, Blast, Exciting, Awesome, Funky, Different, Educational, Empowering, Incredible, Spectacular, Invigorating, and Phenomenal!


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30 plus hours of instruction in:

Voice Over

Interview Skills

On-Camera Acting

Audition Techniques

Stunts/Stage Combat

Workshops and Filming:

Make A Movie

Earn IMDB professional level resume credits for acting AND crew

Footage for your video demo reel

Develop filmmaking skills as part of the production team

Workshops & Classes w/Industry Pros

Q&A and workshop with Top Talent Agent

Q&A and workshop with Top Casting Director

Practical information that will give you an edge when seeking an agent and booking work in TV/Film.

Camp teachers lined up for 'Level Up' are REMARKABLE and include working actors, casting directors, agents, directors and OH so much more! Keep an eye out for new teacher announcements now-camp!



Brian grew up in Atlanta where he spent his childhood as an actor and graduated from The University Of Georgia. After 3 years of the actor hustle in Los Angeles, he drove a $200 1984 BMW 318i home to Atlanta where he would book his biggest film, We Are Marshall, spending 42 days on set as the starting running back #33 Lucas Booth. In 2006 he was hired as an assistant at Stilwell Casting, one of the nations leading commercial casting directors. After studying for 2 years under Melissa Mcbride (Carol on The Walking Dead) Brian took over casting and has lead the country in commercial casting for the last 10 years.  After casting over 1500 projects, he still has joy in the mission of finding actors every day.  He also loves teaching actors of all levels and focuses on getting actors to tell the truth on camera and how to never ‘memorize’ a line. He began his directing career in 2018 when he wrote and directed 6 commercials for a gym in Atlanta.  As an independent contractor, Brian is also available to cast TV/Film, help with content creation, or direct anything.  



Jorjeana Marie is an award-winning television writer and actress most recently doing both on the Disney show Mickey Mouse FunHouse. She is also a nationally touring comedian opening for Richard Lewis and Kathleen Madigan and the author of Improv for Writers (Penguin Random House/Ten Speed Press). You may have heard her voice on Nickelodeon, Disney, PBS or narrating over 400 audiobooks for authors including Meg Wolitzer, Nina La Cour, Jacqueline Woodson and Gayle Forman. She has earned a prestigious Audie, more than a dozen Earphones awards and been named one of the best YA voices for consecutive years. Publishers Weekly calls her “Pitch Perfect”. Paste Magazine named her one of their favorite narrators and Audiofile Magazine calls her characters “Hilarious!” She is the voice of the New Nancy Drew Diaries and AudioFile says “Jorjeana Marie captures the essence of what makes Nancy Drew such a timeless fictional icon”. As an actress, Jorjeana starred in the pilot “Listen to Grandpa, Andy Ling” with Randall Parks and Elliott Gould.

Other writing credits include being a staff writer on Tabitha Brown's Tab Time, the forthcoming Dew Drop Diaries for DreamWorks, Mickey Mouse and the Roadster Racers for Disney, Robot Trains for Netflix and Gumibear for Cartoon Network.

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Actor and stunt performer known for: MacGyver, Nashville, The Goldbergs, The Fosters, Scorpion, Castle, Drop Dead Diva, Devious Maids, Bones...

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Lynn is a producer, director, casting consultant, on set acting coach and experienced talent manager in television and film.  She has performed in over 30 musicals and hundreds of commercials, voice overs, radio dramas, and talk shows. Lynn began as a professional dancer, studying with Luigi, the Martha Graham Company, Rowland Dupree and the Dance Theatre Workshop. Her theatrical training includes the University Theatre Program, the Academy Theatre, Theatre Atlanta and the Alliance Theatre School. Lynn has taught at the University of Mississippi, Dance Theatre Workshop, the Alliance Theatre and is the founder and executive director of The Atlanta Workshop Players. She has written and produced 23 successful, family musicals. 

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Don has performed to critical acclaim in New York, Los Angeles and throughout the Southeast. He is a popular commercial talent and can be seen in The Resident, Where the Crawdad's Sing, Jerry and Marge Go Large, a new Disney Feature, Bobcat Goldthwait's Misfits and Monsters, Freaky, Stan Against Evil, Raising Dion, Zoe Ever After, Turn: Washington's Spies, and Game of Silence...Don performed nationally as a stand up comedian, is an experienced stage combat choreographer who received his training with the Society of American Fight Directors, is a teacher, producer, director, editor, shoots independent, corporate projects, and is a published playwright. 

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Jason Lockhart is a Talent Agent from Los Angeles who relocated to the Southeast market in 2017 as the Head of TV & Film at one of the most prestigious agencies in Atlanta. He is also an accomplished filmmaker, having worked with National Lampoon and sold two feature films as an award-winning Writer/Director, one of which The CW picked up as a Movie of the Week. Having grown up as a child actor, Jason has over 25 years of experience & education in the industry, but after bouncing around several seats in Hollywood, he finds it most rewarding behind the talent agent's desk, helping others pursue their dreams. In 2020, that passion led to him becoming a #1 Best Selling author for his book Ask an Agent: Brutally Answered Questions for Actors of All Stages, and he continually writes for Backstage Magazine as one of their "Expert Contributors."