My Vimeo page is a collection of short films i've created and shorts I made for friends and family. Here's a peek into my mind and the stories I find interesting.
Gabriel Sunday began his career as a magician/juggler at the age of 10. (I rocked it at bday parties and xmas events) He appeared in countless stage productions and avidly studied Shakespeare, improv and musical theater, crafting his skillz at the Circus Performing Arts school, Camp Winnarainbow. He moved into film production at 16, documenting his time on the road with three of his mentors, Wavy Gravy, Patch Adams and Ram Dass. This led to work with David Lee Miller, Eric J. Adams and Regenerate in Los Angeles. Sunday was cast as the lead in their feature film, Archie's Final Project. He co-edited, co-produced and co-wrote the film, which won over 20 best picture awards at festivals including the Crystal Bear at the Berlin Film Festival. During the four-year process of Archie's Final Project, Sunday appeared in various TV shows and recently in films Year One and Taking Woodstock. On stage, Gabriel received phenomenal critical response in Jane Anderson's play "The Escort" where he played polar opposite roles, a 13 yr old boy and a 21 yr old male escort. Gabriel lives in Los Angeles where he develops various TV/Film projects.