Bill Oberst Jr. & John U. Abrahamson Collaborate on Lost Plasma Productions' First Project

Top Quote Horror actor Bill Oberst Jr. and surreal artist John U. Abrahamson join forces with NY Times best selling Children's book writer Drew Daywalt to pen Lost Plasma Productions first project. End Quote
  • San Francisco, CA (1888PressRelease) August 19, 2013 - Actor Bill Oberst Jr. and artist John U. Abrahamson are collaborating on Lost Plasma Productions first project. Bill Oberst, known as the "Hardest working man in Horror" has over 100 films to his credit many of which filmed this year. He won a Day Time Emmy for his portrayal as the Facebook Stalker in "Take This Lollipop."

    John U. Abrahamson is most known for his surreal, dark and brooding painting. His recent work with director Drew Daywalt on several projects spurred him into the world of film and now heads Lost Plasma Productions, a new production company based in San Francisco.

    Abrahamson: "I learned of Bill through my work with director Drew Daywalt and loved his portrayals. We stuck up a correspondence and we simply hit it off. We admired each other's work and the things that brought us to the themes each explored. We found we had many common threads running through our motivations to create. Our discussions grew into something we both wanted to bring to film. I really admire Bill and what he brings to his craft. I am very excited to be working with him."

    Lost Plasma Productions will develop content that is thoughtful, character driven and deals with the darker aspects of the human condition. The collaboration between Abrahamson and Oberst will be the flag ship project for LPP epitomizing this directive.

    Abrahamson explains: "I am making a home for artists of a likeminded aesthetic to gravitate towards. A company that will protect the integrity of their projects and is one step ahead of the newly developing curve. Marketing and new platforms for distribution will be of special focus. I have seen a need and we are filling that need for both the producers of the product and the end consumer as well. It is a win-win situation if done properly and we will do it right."

    "The depth of story we are creating will be a dangerous place to be in for an actor but Bill is definitely up for the challenge. I have to admire his courage."


    John U. Abrahamson
    Jua ( @ ) johnua dot com
    506 Bayswater Ave.
    Burlingame, CA 94010

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