|Alias(es):||Mr. E Sundance, Mr. E|
|Type:||vidder, fic writer, vid critic, VJ, fanmixer|
|Fandoms:||Sherlock (BBC), True Blood, Sherlock Holmes, Dark Angel, Wallander (UK), Supernatural, Diplomatic Immunity (2009), Legend of the Seeker, Community, vidding, LOTR, The Libertines RPF, Alexander|
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MreSundance is a multifandom vidder and fic writer. He has been part of fandom since 2002.
His distinctive vidding style often combines more traditional fandom source with other documents, such as illustrations, pictures, excerpts from poetry, short stories, and fanfiction in order to create a "metanarrative" style vid. Both Whole New Way and I Just Had Sex illustrate this "metanarrative" style.
- I Just Had Sex (Thor, Marvel Comics, Mythology)
- Whole New Way (Sherlock BBC, Ritchie Verse Holmes, Sherlock Holmes, Fanworks)
- Runs in the Family (True Blood)
- Bitch (Dark Angel)
- Unusual Symmetry (Sherlock BBC, asexual!Sherlock/John)
- Luminosity (Sherlock BBC, demisexual!Sherlock/John)
- The Grace Stories (Sherlock BBC, Sherlock/John)
- Drowning Me Sorrows Series (The Libertines RPS)
- Associate Benefits Series (The Libertines RPS AU)
- Sex Ed Series (Alexander)
Mresundance has been in fandom since 2002, when he was a member of the Lord of the Rings and Lord of the Rings RPS fandoms, notably through the livejournal community Rugbytackle. He also ran a short-lived LOTR fansite and newsletter called "Hobbit Attack", which is now defunct.
He primarily lurked in fandom until 2006, when he began writing fanfiction for the film Alexander and became heavily involved in The Libertines RPS fandom. He wrote several fanfiction stories for Libertines RPS, including Associate Benefits (a Libertines AU where Pete and Carl work retail), and Drowning Me Sorrows.
In 2010 he became involved in the Sherlock BBC fandom, producing fanfiction and a few vids. His multisource vid, Whole New Way debuted his distinctive metanarrative style by combining source from Sherlock BBC, the Guy Ritchie Sherlock Holmes film, illustrations by Sydney Paget, an excerpt from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's "The Adventure of the Three Garridebs", fanart and an excerpt from Autopsis by spikeface. The overall effect created a clever, upbeat commentary on the Sherlock Holmes stories and fan involvement in the stories from 1887 until the present.