Los Angeles
74°
clear sky
humidity: 68%
wind: 10mph WSW
H 74 • L 56
Weather from OpenWeatherMap

Indoorsy Comedy Web Series Keeps Agoraphobics Laughing

Indoorsy Comedy Web Series Keeps Agoraphobics Laughing

Burbank, CA.

Agoraphobia is defined as an extreme or irrational fear of crowded spaces or enclosed public areas. So what can an agoraphobic do to earn a living if they can’t possibly step foot even one-inch outside of their home? Open a business inside an apartment of course, and bring the world (and money) to them! Created by Schuyler Helford a Los Angeles-based producer, writer and comedic actress (Anger Management, The Middle), the new web series Indoorsy is an original comedy about three agoraphobics who decide to move in together and open a day spa inside their apartment, appropriately called “spa-partment.”

The order-in lifestyle of today’s modern world served as inspiration to create Indoorsy. “With services like GrubHub, Amazon and Seamless I never have to leave my home,” said Helford. “I wanted to create a world of characters, who because of extreme circumstances, can’t leave their apartment, but are still trying desperately to bring the world to them.” Helford chose AlphaDogs to complete post-production upon strong recommendation from the late John Fuller, who was the editor on the series. Veteran colorist and Founder/CEO of AlphaDogs Terence Curren, worked one-on-one with Helford to not only set the look and tone of the story, but also troubleshoot problematic scenes including making a practical shower steam effect used in production look more realistic and brightening dimly lit shots. “I have learned that color-correction is such a crucial part of setting the tone for the story, especially in comedy,” said Helford.

“Terence worked magic with shots I thought couldn’t be fixed. When I sent him examples of how I wanted things to look, he nailed it! Bright primary colors were used to match the broad, wacky comedy of the series. I don’t really get how he does it all, but like I said, it’s “magic.” With humor being one of the best antidotes for the soul, Helford hopes that audiences will experience the gift of laugher while watching Indoorsy and perhaps learn a little about turning adversity into something positive. “I would definitely recommend AlphaDogs to my friends and colleagues. The whole team provided a seamless process. It’s difficult to find a post-production company that puts as much care into a project as you have for yourself. AlphaDogs works with you to ensure you get what you came for.”

About AlphaDogs: Founded in 2002, AlphaDogs is an independently owned full service post-production facility located in the center of Burbank’s media district. AlphaDogs gifted team brings a combination of both creative talent and technical expertise paying extra attention to detail in delivering projects with a personal touch. State of the art editing bays, color correction, audio mixing, visual effects, production offices and equipment rentals are available.

The series will premiere on YouTube Wednesday, September 28, 2016.

Watch the trailer

To learn more visit: http://www.indoorsywebseries.com

Follow on Twitter at: @SchuylerHelford

Follow on Instagram at: @schuylerhelford

To learn more http://www.alphadogs.tv

Tags: ,
Ads

Max It Magazine is a subsidiary of Max It Enterprises. The views expressed are not necessarily those of Max It Enterprises, nor its subsidiaries.

Original Site Launched on 6 January 2013.
Updated Site Launched on 27 September 2015.

Founder & Publisher: Scott C. Brown
Twitter: @PushingThePen
Co-Founder & Editor: Jonathan Cocco
Twitter: @JonathanCocco
Co-Founder & Social Media: Bryan McClure
Twitter: @BryanMcClure

All questions to the staff can be submitted through the Contact Form.
All press releases can be submitted through the Submission Form.

See Something Wrong? Have A Suggestion?

Though the Beta testing is well in the past, we at Max It are always working to improve the site, keep the gears oiled, and all around tinker to improve the experience for both the indie filmmakers that submit content, as well as the indie film lovers that drop in for their daily fix.

Just like suspicious activity, we ask that if you see something wrong, have a suggestion, or would just like to tell us just what you like or dislike about the site, you let us know.

We've a lot of things still to add (No Peeking Behind The Curtain!), but we want to make sure what is current online is working without issues. To do this each day we'll add more articles, tweak a feature here, remove a feature there. Just to keep things moving along in the right direction.

To let us know of anything, just click on Contact in the Main Menu at the top and give us as detailed a description of the problem, or suggestion and we'll do our best to look to see if and how it can be fixed, or added!

As always, we thank you for your support!
The Max It Team