Hey everyone, ThoughtsThoughtsThoughts here! If you know me, it’s probably from Werewolf. What you may not know is that when I’m not playing Werewolf (or working at my day job), I make webseries. (Just to be clear: I write and direct the webseries. I do not act in them. I am not good at acting.)
My latest series, The Campaign for Camelot, tells a modernized version of the fall of King Arthur, where Arthur is a conservative suburban school board president, and his son Mordred is a student at the local high school, who is convinced by a group of activist classmates to run against his father. The story is told through the characters’ in-universe vlogs.
It’s a pretty long series, with short (usually 2-10 minute) episodes airing twice a week, but it was designed so that every 10-15 episodes form a cohesive arc. The first of those arcs just finished up, so I thought I would post a round-up of the episodes so far! If you’re interested in Arthurian legend, coming-of-age stories, romance, activism, LGBT representation, or just seeing the things I’ve made, I’d be delighted if you gave The Campaign for Camelot a try.
(And if you’d like to get an alert every time an episode airs, you can subscribe to my production company’s channel here!)
Nelly takes her new camera for a spin.
Kay uses her friends to demonstrate some fashion dos and don’ts.
Izzy and Hannah get a wonderful idea! Nelly is less enthused.
Izzy speaks truth to power. Loudly, and with great dramatic flair.
Kay needs Gavin’s help to get through a very frightening shoe vlog.
Camelot has a lot of problems, and if they can’t film them, Izzy and Vicky are at least going to let you know about them.
Izzy and Mordred run into each other, and Izzy gets inspired.
Izzy announces his plan.
Kay is concerned about Mordred’s recent behavior.
A fellowship is formed!