Help a Cincinnati native produce a reality show pilot
Cincinnati-area native Logan Cummins has set out to reclaim the title of Man of the House from his wife, developing a reality show concept along the way.
The show, titled “Mansformation” will document his mastery of a list of stereotypical man-skills that he currently has zero ability to perform. He’ll work with Mansformation Coaches to teach him the trades and complete challenges associated with each of the skills. To date, he’s worked with a boxer, a barber, a stand-up comedian, a chef, a cast member of MTV’s The Real World Philadelphia and Levi Johnston–the father of Sarah Palin’s grandson.
The pilot episode will be comprised of the best of 20-plus hours of footage shot on a recent trip to Alaska. During the trip, Cummins spent time with Celebrity Mansformation Coach Levi Johnston learning all about roughing it Alaska style on a 4-day camping and bear hunting trip. Logan is currently working to secure funding for costs associated with post-production work to develop a pilot episode via Kickstarter, an online funding platform for creative projects.
Logan is a 1998 graduate of South Dearborn High School in Aurora, Indiana, and a 2003 graduate of the College of Mount St. Joseph in Delhi Township.
Check out the Mansformation website at www.mymansformation.com, or donate online by August at http://kck.st/Qub6dp