April 20, 2013
Is it really worth it?
April 19, 2012
February 15, 2012
This was a Lehigh Valley spot I did character design and art direction for Flickerlab back in October of 2011. Unfortunately I was called on for another job I was on hold for before I saw this spot finished out. I would have liked to have been able to animate the backgrounds and cancer monster in it like originally planned. I did about
September 11, 2011
Siobhan Harris and I had the pleasure of designing the New York City Village Halloween parade logo again this year. The them was “i of the beholder”, a truncated phrase from the “beauty is in the…” quote from ancient times. We took the Greek myth of Argus, with his transformation into the peacock, as inspiration to represent the theme of the all seeing.
You can support the NYC 2011 Halloween Parade by purchasing a T-Shirt. And then wear it when you go to the amazing parade that happens every year on October 31st in Manhattan!
August 31, 2011
I started an Etsy shop to sell a series of wine stoppers I first created for my parents awhile ago. Right now there are only four to choose from, but I’ve been brainstorming a bunch and have a few more ideas for other cork toppers, which will slowly trickle in the shop.
May 8, 2011
I had the pleasure of having my premier of Moonfishing at the Newport Beach Film Festival this past weekend. It was part of a of the Handmade Puppet Dreams films group, nestled in with a line-up of some amazing pieces. I just found out today that it got the Short Film Audience Award. Such a lovely surprise, especially considering the other great shorts that were there. Thank you to all that made this possible!
October 30, 2010
My friends Serra Hirsch and Sarah Lafferty and I had the honor of building and performing the Fearzilla puppet in Comedy Central and the Colbert Report‘s Washington D.C. Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear on October 30th, 2010.
This 12’ pageant puppet, sculpted in the likeness of Stephen Colbert was made up of mostly papier mache built over a re-used hiking backpack. The mouth, operated by the puppeteer wearing the torso on her back, was able to lip sync along with Stephen as he preached his sermon.