Sareth Ney is the journalist for (link hidden). He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mass Communications from Colorado State University-Pueblo. He’s a former apprentice to master of horror, Clive Barker. He’s a Wu-Tang Clan inspired superhero, Wu-Man Chu. He’s an award-winning short filmmaker, a stand-up comedian, producer of Pueblo’s Independent Multimedia Podcast and festival director at Sareth-Fest Music and Comedy Festival.
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Sareth Ney is a first generation Cambodian-American, award winning short filmmaker, journalist/superhero, festival director, motivational speaker, podcaster and stand-up comedian.
Prior to finishing Ney’s junior semester at Colorado State University-Pueblo—he read a book, “Mister B. Gone”, by Clive Barker (“Hellraiser”, “Candyman”). Ney reached out to Barker for an internship to graduate. After email exchanges, Ney was invited to Los Angeles to interview for the position. After being asked three questions by Barker, Ney became Barker’s intern. However, he had to wait a year.
Ney began his summer internship with Barker, in the summer of 2009. His intentions were to become a future master of horror and have his name featured on one major motion picture. On June 4, 2009—Barker sent a tweet which would launch Ney’s writing career. It read, “The Requiem: Sareth is a gentleman, and much loved in my household. I hold him in the highest regard.” Unsure how to reach the bar Barker set for Ney, he continued his summer internship to find himself in Los Angeles.
During the last week of his internship, Ney managed to bring up RZA (Wu-Tang Clan, Gravediggaz) to the studio. His goal was to introduce Barker to RZA and have them collaborate on a project. What transpired was RZA and Ney having a three hour conversation, during the visit. It switched Ney’s mindset from working in film to music.
After RZA left Barker’s studio with his entourage, Ney finished reorganizing Barker’s library. Barker met up with Ney and asked if he would return as his apprentice. He agreed because he felt he needed more knowledge. When he graduated from college—he moved out to Los Angeles and became a Wu-Tang Clan inspired superhero, Wu-Man Chu.
Mark Miller, Vice President of Seraphim, Inc. and restoration director, and Barker made Ney's Hollywood dream come true. After the original set of end credits, they gave him a special thanks nod at the end of “Nightbreed: The Director’s Cut” (2014). After writing over 150 articles in Los Angeles, Ney returned home to Colorado.
Through Ney’s articles and Pueblo’s Independent Multimedia Podcast, he provides publicity for Pueblo, Colorado’s performance arts scene. Often times, he performs stand-up comedy. Since 2014, the music and comedy scene honors him with a festival called “Sareth-Fest Music and Comedy Festival” and vice versa. Currently—Ney is providing press for artists in select time zones, from local to international levels.
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