July 22, 2020
"Ann Sullivan" Short Film
Edward worked alongside director Darya Bradshaw and Darya Sea Films for a short film that explores a young woman's fantasy unfolding between her and her soulmate.
October 26, 2019
"Unknown" Short Film
Edward collaborated with Blue Ridge Films and director Josh Etheridge for a short film that grapples with memory, loss, and loneliness. Photographs are available in the gallery.
May 16, 2020
"Singleness and Quarantine" Short Film
Edward worked with director Cierra Martinez for a short film, completed remotely, which explores the complexities of dating during the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent quarantine.
March 11, 2019
The Actors Studio Drama School 2019 Industry Showcase
Edward appeared in the 2019 ASDS Industry showcase at the acclaimed Actors Studio. He performed a scene from Alfred Hayes' play, The Girl on the Via Flaminia, as Robert alongside his colleague Maricelis Galanes.
December 1-2, 2018
The Actors Studio Drama School Staged Reading Series of Four New Plays
Edward worked with director Justin Clark and playwright Estelle Olivia on her original full-length play, Cross Match. He had the pleasure of portraying "Callum", an estranged brother coming to the aid of his ailing sister amidst family dysfunction.
June 1, 2018
"Ferguson" Audio Drama
Edward worked with Larger Vision LLC for their legal trial case audio-documentary of the Michael Brown grand jury hearing in Missouri regarding his shooting in Ferguson, MO.
April 15, 2018
"After School Special" Short Film
Edward portrays "The Demon" in this Pratt Institute short film directed by student, Natalie Carvallo. The film is a dark, coming-of-age comedy that follows a group of girls tampering with black magic.
March 31, 2018
"To the City of Colors" Short Film
Edward worked with student director Jenny He portraying "Tom" in the New York University short film, To the City of Colors. The film follows a disillusioned young man as he makes the choice to return home. Photographs are available in the gallery.
December 8, 2017
"You Ruined Me Too" Short Film
Edward had the pleasure of portraying "Erik" in the short film, You Ruined Me Too, with student director, Angela Plazas, and her production team from Brooklyn College. Th film explores the heartache of infidelity in modern relationships. Photographs are available in the gallery.
November 5, 2017
"Mitchell Hates You All" Web Series
Edward worked with director Mitchell Weinbaum and Max Halpert on their web series, Mitchell Hates You All, for the episode, "David Lane". Edward portrays a neo-nazi protestor in this uproarious comedy.
May 10-12, 2017
The Actors Studio Drama School Scene Festival: Spring 2017
At the close of his first year at ASDS, Edward displayed his work in his first scene festival. Directed by the acclaimed Susan Aston as part of his Basic Technique course, Edward portrayed, "Charlie Castle", in Clifford Odets', The Big Knife. Photographs are available in the gallery.
May 18-19, 2020
"The Parting" Short Film
Edward had the privilege of working with AH 100 Entertainment, Ryan Manley Films, and director Eric Scot for a short film completed remotely through Zoom. The film illustrates toxic dating and infidelity during the COVID-19 quarantine.
June 5, 2019
"MLK" Audio Drama
Edward worked with Larger Vision LLC for their legal trial case, audio-documentary of the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. and the subsequent search for justice.
April 17-20 & April 24-27, 2019
The Actor's Studio Drama School 2019 Repertory Season
Edward was featured in the 2019 ASDS Repertory Season as "Freddy" in the harrowing domestic drama, Edda, an original play by colleague Kendra Mittermeyer and directed by Vici Nilsson. He also appeared as "Vince" in Theresa Rebeck's dark and timely comedy, Our House, directed by Justin Clark.
December 17-21, 2018
The Actor's Studio Drama School Scene Festival: Fall 2018
This semester at ASDS, Edward worked on two separate scenes for scene festival. For his scene work class he worked on Peter Schaffer's, Amadeus, where he played "Antonio Salieri" and was directed by Susan Aston. He also participated in a collaborative, devised theatre piece, Perspective, directed by Justin Clark.
October 4, 2018
"The Art of Prudence" Short Film
Edward collaborated with Warrior Films and director Ryan Kerley for a short film entered into the All-American High School Film Festival's Film Invitational. The film contemplates the horrors of sexual assault and predatory behavior. Photographs are available in the gallery.
May 4-9, 2018
The Actor's Studio Drama School Scene Festival: Spring 2018
This semester at ASDS, Edward worked on two separate scenes for scene festival. For his scene work class he worked on Alice Childress', Wedding Band: A Love/ Hate Story in Black and White, where he played "Herman" and was directed by Jacqueline Knapp. He also participated in a collaborative, original piece written by Kendra Mittermeyer and directed by Vici Nilsson. Edward portrayed "Freddy" in this domestic drama.
April 14, 2018
"Who's At the Door" Short Film
Edward worked with student director Michael Kauffman at Brooklyn College on the psychological thriller, Who's At the Door, portraying "The Killer". Photographs are available in the gallery.
December 14-20, 2017
The Actors Studio Drama School Scene Festival: Fall 2017
This semester at ASDS, Edward worked on two separate scenes for Scene Festival. For his scene work class he worked on David Lindsay-Abaire's, Rabbit Hole, where he played "Howie" and was directed by Jaqueline Knapp. He also participated in a student directors piece, The Informer, by Bertolt Brecht. Edward portrayed "The Man" and was directed by student director, Josh Ster. Photographs are available in the gallery.
November 10, 2017
"Bad Hair Day" Short Film
For this comedic short film, Edward worked with graduate student director, Robert Frankel, of Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema on, Bad Hair Day. Edward stars as the embittered roommate opposite Juan Garces. Photographs are available in the gallery.
October 29, 2017
"Disoriented" Short Film
In this relationship drama, Edward plays, "Brandon", and is directed by New York Film Academy's Marvin J. Morning. Photographs are available in the gallery.