Julie is the founder and lead instructor of Lighthouse Acting Studio. She officially began pursuing an acting career in 1989. At the tender age of 19, she hit the road and moved to NYC to study her craft and later moved on to Los Angeles. With decades of experience in front of, and behind, the camera, Julie demystifies the process of acting with advice on how to make choices that will set you up for an engaging performance. She has always had an intense passion for learning and growing in her craft and believes in continuing education for every actor. Her approach to teaching incorporates varying techniques from several masters of the craft. She believes each actor has to find the right mixture of tools that works best for them.
Julie is a professional actor and is a SAG/AFTRA union member. Here's a sampling of roles she has performed.
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Have your Voice-Over demo edited by the best! Matt is a Grammy winning Engineer & Producer. His list of credits include Elton John, Outkast, Jewel, Rod Stewart, Fall Out Boy, Alice In Chains, T.I., TLC, Arrested Development, and many many others. The albums he has worked on have sold over 100 million units! So why would a Grammy winner edit your demo? Let's just say the owner, Julie Still, has an inside track.
Matt has worked on Film & Television soundtracks for Disney, Dreamworks, Lifetime, VH1, & Rocket Pictures. He's also engineered countless radio and TV commercials. His post clients include AT&T, Coca-Cola, the Atlanta Hawks, the Atlanta Falcons, the Atlanta Braves, Georgia Power, Century Link, Moe's Southwest Grill, UPS, Quikrete, Aruba Tourism, Toyota, Nike, and just like his music clients, there are too many to name them all here.
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Stephanie Wyatt is a writer, actor, director, producer and now a teacher. After her studies at University of Kentucky she went to Chicago where she studied at Second City, IO and with Steppenwolf ensemble members at Profiles Theater. In Chicago she met up with an independent production company CNGM headed by Mike Noens and worked with them on several feature films, this was her transition from stage to the independent movie world. Four years laster she moved to L.A. and studied more improvising at Groundlings and Upright Citizens brigade while working as an extra on various TV sets. In 2015 she moved to Atlanta and the following year was brought on staff at Fizz City Films as a producer. Since living in Atlanta she has produced the Stephen King short, “Rainy Season” with Vanessa Wright and continues to write and act.