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Spring 2015 Issue

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Spring 2015 Issue

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For the Spring 2015 “Comedy Issue” of Resource Magazine, Melissa Fumero and Stephanie Beatriz of FOX’s hit action sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine show us how to be funny on camera. Photographed by Natalie Brasington and shot at Root Studios, this cover story explores what it takes to be a successful comedy actress, from preparing for the role to the physicality that brings everything together on set. Additionally, you’ll discover the stories behind Fumero and Beatriz’s careers, and find out why Brooklyn Nine-Nine is known as one of the most groundbreaking and innovative television sitcoms to date. 

Also in this issue: 

- The Dark Side of Comedy with Desmin Borges of FXX’s You’re the Worst, photographed by Natalie Brasington, investigates the challenge of playing a war torn veteran who suffers from PTSD in a comedy series. 

- Our editor curated IMAGE section brings you on a journey through the greatest modern comedian portraiture, featuring shots by John Keatley, Brad Trent, Chris Buck, David Johnson, Natalie Brasington and Matt Doyle. 

- The brand new Short Form section incorporates the online style of writing in print, doubling as an outlet for Resource Magazine’s top staff to share their rants, advice and reviews. 

- Does the future of photography lie in the hands of robots? Discover the all too possible fate of humanity (and photography) in this feature article photographed by Greg Neumaier. 

- Founder of Comedy Central Records Jack Vaughn offers tips for a producing a successful comedy record and reveals his punk rock fueled background. 

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For the Spring 2015 “Comedy Issue” of Resource Magazine, Melissa Fumero and Stephanie Beatriz of FOX’s hit action sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine show us how to be funny on camera. Photographed by Natalie Brasington and shot at Root Studios, this cover story explores what it takes to be a successful comedy actress, from preparing for the role to the physicality that brings everything together on set. Additionally, you’ll discover the stories behind Fumero and Beatriz’s careers, and find out why Brooklyn Nine-Nine is known as one of the most groundbreaking and innovative television sitcoms to date. 

Also in this issue: 

- The Dark Side of Comedy with Desmin Borges of FXX’s You’re the Worst, photographed by Natalie Brasington, investigates the challenge of playing a war torn veteran who suffers from PTSD in a comedy series. 

- Our editor curated IMAGE section brings you on a journey through the greatest modern comedian portraiture, featuring shots by John Keatley, Brad Trent, Chris Buck, David Johnson, Natalie Brasington and Matt Doyle. 

- The brand new Short Form section incorporates the online style of writing in print, doubling as an outlet for Resource Magazine’s top staff to share their rants, advice and reviews. 

- Does the future of photography lie in the hands of robots? Discover the all too possible fate of humanity (and photography) in this feature article photographed by Greg Neumaier. 

- Founder of Comedy Central Records Jack Vaughn offers tips for a producing a successful comedy record and reveals his punk rock fueled background.