TandemVision is a collective of actors, creative artists, and filmmakers dedicated to promoting the artistic and professional growth of its members, and the entertainment industry at large, through independent production, communal support, education, and the sharing of collaborative storytelling.
Jayme is an actor, independent filmmaker, and fight choreographer. At times he also sings while covered in body paint as his musical alter ego, maybesoon. Acting credits include Gravesend (Amazon), Heartbeat (NBC), Underemployed (MTV), The cult horror film, "The Diabolical," and Hamlet at The Globe Theatre.
As a filmmaker, Jayme has self-produced multiple award-winning independent films and mini-series. He also loves helping and encouraging other actors to make their own projects. "Self-producing is one of the best tools actors have to empower themselves and their careers."
Jayme currently serves as a master instructor and fight coordinator for the Academy of Theatrical Combat. With more than 15 years of experience in swordplay, Aikido, Arnis, and hand-to-hand combat for the screen, his work as an action actor and fight designer includes credits on multiple Star Wars and Disney projects, Netflix’s Fuller House, The Globe’s Hamlet, and more.
Bethany Kay got her wit from thirteen years of Catholic school, her smirk from her Jersey family, and her curves from a very healthy love of her mom's tortellini with lemon cream sauce.
When she's not working on shows like Boardwalk Empire, Difficult People, Gotham, and Dietland, she is probably creating some devised theatre and clowning projects with friends or lending her business sense to any number of coaching clients she helps to make sense of this show business life: current clients have appeared on Broadway and in regional houses as well as on significant arcs onscreen. Recent: I KNOW THIS MUCH IS TRUE (Dir. Derek Cianfrance), MURDERVILLE (InstaMiniseries), Upcoming: PUDDYSTICKS (opp. Dan Bakkedahl), THE LIST (Universal opp. Clark Backo), BOOK FAIR (with TandemVision)
Born and raised on Long Island, New York, Joshua Schubart has been working as a professional actor for over a decade. Joshua has been seen in projects ranging from indie films to walking the boards at the Metropolitan Opera. Some of his recent work includes a recurring role in the Amazon series The Tick, and appearances in Seven Seconds (Netflix) and High Maintenance (HBO). His voice can also be heard on a long list of audiobooks available on Amazon Audible, including Blue Summer, Lorelei and Blaze of Ecstasy. In addition to acting, Joshua is a highly skilled stunt man/stage combatant, and co-founder of the production company 2 Ladies & A Giant.
Joshua had a tough childhood, growing up homeless and in the foster care system. At 14, his foster parents put him in Catholic school, and his life took a turn for the better. He discovered acting in his early teens, as an escape from his day-to-day challenges. He would often say that acting literally saved his life, giving him the drive and motivation to make his dreams come true.
Joshua hopes his work in front and behind the camera will open doors for larger people in the industry, break the stereotypes, and prove that they are more than just the funny or bad guys.
Amanda is an actor, voice over artist, singer and banjo player in New York City. Her credits include numerous cartoons on several networks, commercials (on camera and VO), independent films and an upcoming Netflix appearance. Her favorite credit is the voice of pop star Chiko in Funimation’s “Dropout Idol Fruit Tart,” which allowed her to live out her dream of playing a fabulous anime girl.
In addition to her work in American media, Amanda has also performed internationally; her work has taken her to Toronto, the Atacama Desert in Chile, and even Meiji Jingu Stadium in Tokyo, where she performed live with Japanese pop group Nogizaka46. Having learned Japanese as a foreign exchange student in rural Okayama, that last gig is especially meaningful to her.
If you want to learn more about Amanda, visit www.amandaturen.com
Claire is an actor, writer, producer, and teaching artist. Acting credits include Broad City (Comedy Central), Benji the Dove (Fulton Street Productions), Look at You (Sebastian Mlynarski), and the origination of the lead role in play, Among the Furies (New York Theater Festival, New York Fringe Festival), winning the award for Best Actress.
As a writer, Claire co-wrote and starred in a new Eden Marryshow Project. She has also had the pleasure of self-producing the works of Edward Allan Baker in New York's downtown theatre scene, raising money for charity, The Changing Room 11 which is dedicated to helping survivors of abuse and violence.
Other theater credits include 'Mrs. K' which premiered at the 6th Annual C:10 Play Festival (The Collective NY), 'Nadine' in The Righter (Manhattan Repertory Theater), 'Bethany' in Can Cause Death (VOICE Theater NYC), and 'Bianca' in Othello (Open Spaces Theatre Company).
Ganshert trained at Maggie Flanigan Studio and Upright Citizens Brigade in New York City, and received her BA in Theatre Performance from University of Wisconsin.
Emelie is a multi faceted performing artist with focuses in TV/Film, Music, and Voice Over. After graduating as a Top Female Vocalist from The New England Conservatory Prep School, she went on to get a Bachelor's Degree in Music Performance from Washington Adventist University. Then, Emelie traveled internationally as a vocal soloist and chorale member and went on to perform in Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center and many other stages in South Africa and Australia and in operas and musicals. While Emelie was excelling at stage performance, she found, and fell in love with TV/Film. Enthralled with the way a camera could tell a story, Pla has spent years mastering her on camera craft. Now, along with over 100 commercials, you can see her on AMC's Kevin Can F Himself, alongside Emmy Award Winner Annie Murphy, HBO’s Julia, with Sarah Lancashire, which premieres March 21, 2022, and the popular LTBTQ+ web-series Queering.
Currently based in NYC, Tara is an insatiable artist. People love her voice, and friends describe her as strong, alluring, and open-hearted. Tara has worked regularly in U.S. Regional Theaters, on International and National tours, and in New York, originating roles such as Chevette in Joshua Conkel's smash hit HOUSE OF VON MACRAME at the Obie Award Winning Bushwick Starr in Brooklyn, directed by Nick Leavens. Later, she was given the opportunity to work again with Leavens as a part of UNICORNLAND, an eight episode series, written by Lucy Gillespie. UNICORNLAND, won the Audience award in the Around International Film Festival, and was an official selection at the New Orleans Film Festival, Raindance Film Festival, Toronto Web Festival, and the NY Indie Theatre Film Festival.
Tara is a recent recipient of a $5,000 Artist Corps Grant for NYC-based working artists. She is being recognized for her debut short film, FREE, coming in 2022.
In addition to acting, Tara is an accomplished writer, producer and director. While getting her Masters in Acting at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, she debuted her one-woman shows, THE AFFAIR, in Glasgow and GOD SIZED HOLE, in London a few months later. While in London, she performed at Shakespeare's Globe as part of a residency with RCS. Here in NYC and the UK, Tara has produced many charity benefit concerts including Ladies Rock!!, Faces & Voices of Recovery UK, and Broadway Battle Bullying. Tara is drawn to the characters and stories that highlight or uplift those voices that are often ignored or stigmatized.