Coming to New York!

williamesperThe second half of summer has taken Luisa to 1980s Southie, 2014 North Shore, and studio sets in between. But her biggest move is yet to come.

In July, Luisa filmed a web video for Samsonite, a project cast by Boston Casting. The shoot was produced by Element Productions and directed by Scott Masterson, with whom Luisa worked on the TV pilot “Expiration Date” last year. This is the second blockbuster production company Luisa has worked with in recent weeks, the second being Conductor Productions. For the latter project, Luisa filmed a lead role in a commercial directed by Noah Lydiard for Goji Insurance. It was cast by Christine Wyse and filmed at Red Sky Studios, where Luisa filmed a commercial for the Connecticut State Lottery earlier this summer with Redtree Productions.

Also in July, Luisa was thrilled to begin filming a lead role in the 4th season of the award-winning web series “Family Problems” opposite Wendy Hartman¬†and Tony Ramos Wright. The series, written and directed by Seth Chitwood, marks Luisa’s first episodic. Her episodes are set to premiere in January 2015.

In August, the film “Having Fun up There” (directed by Frankie Frain) continued making rounds on the festival circuit, taking home Best Writing and Best New England Film at the Massachusetts Independent Film Festival. Luisa portrays the feature film’s supporting role of Jen Kessel. In other feature film news, last week Luisa was invited by Boston Casting to audition for a principal and supporting role in two LA features filming in Boston this fall. Luisa also worked on a feature filming in Boston this summer that was cast by CP Casting (she is unable to disclose further information).

Finally, in September, Luisa is set to begin training at the William Esper Studio in New York City under the instruction of Suzanne Esper. The two-year program will train Luisa in the Meisner technique, in which the studio is considered expert. The Esper Studio was just named by the Hollywood Reporter as one of the Top 25 Drama Schools in the world.

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