Actor. Multi-hyphenated Artist, dreamer, doer, and flaneur.
Who am I? My name is Tasi (pronounced tah-see) and I play video games. I also happen to be a multi-disciplinary artist with a focus on performing arts. I make YouTube videos about them aiming to cast a light on why games are a legitimate art form in their own right. I am always in awe when I find these intersectionalities and YouTube is an amazing place to share and showcase this.
Why do I have a Patreon? As an artist and content creator, I know how important it is to have a supportive community that can help me reach a wider audience. However, platforms like YouTube can sometimes demonetize my videos, leaving me uncertain about my financial future. By using Patreon, I can create a space where my fans can engage with me directly, get exclusive access to my work, and support me financially. This allows me to focus on creating the content I love while still being able to make a living doing what I'm passionate about. In essence, Patreon empowers me to cultivate a loyal following of fans who are invested in my success and committed to helping me achieve my goals.
What rewards will I offer to Patrons? I offer (2) two rewards: the first at the $5 tier is access to a quarterly Q&A video I’m excited to make. The second at the $10 tier is having your name in the shiny credits of every video. Anyone who pledges more than that won't receive additional rewards - those tiers are just a chance to show more support. Why don't you offer more rewards? TBH, I’m against pay-gating any of my actual game content. I wanna make sure that all the video content I make is available to everyone. Yay Youtube! That being said, I’m open to feedback and have been toying with crafted art tied to themes and seasons.
Maraming Salamat (Thank you): Anyway that’s me. I just joined AEA (stage actor + manager’s Union) and have been super fired up about getting back to making videos. So thank you everyone for your support, both online and offline. Whether you join me on Patreon or sub to my YouTube channel or just casually watch my videos (or livestreams) from time to time, I want to say thank you for helping me do what I do. It does mean the world to me.