Oscar Miller

Reminiscing back to late 2016, I was fresh out of high school, with vague dreams of becoming an Actor. However I had in my mind that this would be too difficult and instead had enrolled in a commerce degree. Prepared to follow societies version of smart stability over my passion for performing art and acting. Then my dad came across Miles ‘WAAPA and NIDA auditioning workshop’. I attended this course alongside an intimate class of 6 students. Miles taught me to detail my acting. To channel my nerves, differentiate my thoughts, to respond to my environment, follow my impulses, create newness and originality, use my own experiences and personality and many more really useful traits that built upon my 6 years of high school drama. I was lucky enough to get accepted into WAAPA for the Bachelor of Performing Arts. Of the 6 students in the class, 5 got in to WAAPA, and all are working within the perforating arts industry at varying degrees today. So thinking about it now, I think Miles played a bigger part than luck. He prepared us so well for the auditioning process that our chances were very much increased. Miles not only teaches nuanced skills and techniques but he gives you the confidence and belief that you can pursue your passions and dreams and make it work. I now have a small production company called LAZY FILMS with Lawrence Murphy who was another student in that original auditioning workshop. We are on our way to making our first feature ‘Transition’ at the end of this year and couldn’t be enjoying things more. And we are both very aware that we wouldn’t be here without Miles Pollard. So thank you. And if you are reading this, do not hesitate to participate in one of his courses. It could very much change your life.  accepted into WAAPA for the Bachelor of Performing Arts. I now have a small production company called LAZY FILMS with Lawrence Murphy who was another student in that original auditioning workshop. We are on our way to making our first feature ‘Transition’ at the end of this year and couldn’t be enjoying things more.

Co - Founder "Lazy Films"

Myles Pollard.
2021-12-13T14:56:01+08:00

Co - Founder "Lazy Films"

Reminiscing back to late 2016, I was fresh out of high school, with vague dreams of becoming an Actor. However I had in my mind that this would be too difficult and instead had enrolled in a commerce degree. Prepared to follow societies version of smart stability over my passion for performing art and acting. Then my dad came across Miles ‘WAAPA and NIDA auditioning workshop’. I attended this course alongside an intimate class of 6 students. Miles taught me to detail my acting. To channel my nerves, differentiate my thoughts, to respond to my environment, follow my impulses, create newness and originality, use my own experiences and personality and many more really useful traits that built upon my 6 years of high school drama. I was lucky enough to get accepted into WAAPA for the Bachelor of Performing Arts. Of the 6 students in the class, 5 got in to WAAPA, and all are working within the perforating arts industry at varying degrees today. So thinking about it now, I think Miles played a bigger part than luck. He prepared us so well for the auditioning process that our chances were very much increased. Miles not only teaches nuanced skills and techniques but he gives you the confidence and belief that you can pursue your passions and dreams and make it work. I now have a small production company called LAZY FILMS with Lawrence Murphy who was another student in that original auditioning workshop. We are on our way to making our first feature ‘Transition’ at the end of this year and couldn’t be enjoying things more. And we are both very aware that we wouldn’t be here without Miles Pollard. So thank you. And if you are reading this, do not hesitate to participate in one of his...