I wrote and filmed some sketches, as part of proof-of-concept for a series pilot I have written. The series is titled something different, but we figured we'd still release the sketches under the banner of 'How To Survive Your Shitty Job." My favourite is the Dead Mouse one. They were edited and directed by Ben Eriksen, and star Alasdair Trembley-Birchall, who is also one of the writers with me on Mad As Hell.

 

Hi there,

These are some videos of mine that are on the internet. There's some special ones exclusively listed here, where I've made the links a trifle sneaky so you have to come through this website if you want to watch them.

This one's a video made for Dunlopedia, an erotic-fan fiction that I wrote about infomercial products. I've included it here on my site to mostly showcase my excellent storybook reading skills.

Here are a couple of recent ones, via my youtube channel @lauradaviscomedy this one is of some stand-up on doorknocking. I don't know how to change the thumbnail image so please forgive the one that's there.

Here's an amazing promo video for GHOST MACHINE made by the very talented Lawrence Leung.

Here are some of my favourite episodes of Community Kitchen. You can check out the whole series of my awkward piece-to-camera's at the Dunlopedia YouTube channel. 

 This one with Randy is my very favourite. Mostly because the cookies weren't vegan so I got to eat all of his.

In this episode where I try to convince myself that Luke McGregor's terrible lasagne making skills are an excuse to not be in love with him.

There's also a whole string of interviews that I did with comedians backstage at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Oxfam Gala for the MICF website. This one is with Frank Woodley but you can follow all of them on the littlepicturebox channel.

There are also some short clips from the SBS Stand Up at Bella Union Special, which you can find on my channel here, here and below.

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This link will take back to 2012 to a round of everybody's favourite game... 'Which soup are you?!'

This is a video of a very early open-mic set that I did in 2008. It's one of my first gigs a bit rough around the edges but there's something about it that I really love. Sorry about all the pictures of dicks on the wall behind me, they weren't my idea. It's not a publicly listed clip, so you can only access it with this link.

If these videos don't go viral then I will upload some more.