Monday, July 26, 2010


Was flipping through a technical manual for a Canon 7D at Barnes and Noble (I know who shops there now right? Don't worry I was just killing time before a movie) and this note fell out.

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Studio in progress

Couple shots of the studio, now that it's up and more or less operational.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Eye Scream

I have a piece in the Bunny Gunner Ice Cream/Anniversary show that's up right now, it's full of tasty stuff. I have a solo show at Bunny Gunner in November of this year, it will be epic, no lie. More info at a later date.

Wedding Blurb

A bit of super-post-wedding-kudos! Pics from our wedding have appeared in the real weddings section of Southern California Brides magazine. I'd like to take credit but it's all due to Julie and all the ultra talented people that did various things to make our wedding awesome: Deanna Moore, Stephanie Williams, Johann Gomez, Sacred Sands, Fedt, Devynn's Garden

Tuesday, July 20, 2010


Last week was the opening of a show at the Chapman Guggenheim Gallery, It is a very diverse show and a pretty interesting one at that, I have a piece and tons of friends in it. Unfortunately I had to miss the opening because of some va-cay time, but and the OC Art Blog have really good coverage, check it out! Below is the digital catalog for the show, complete with very artsy sounding text.

Wednesday, July 7, 2010


I think I forgot to post this last summer when the paint was still fresh. I posed for friend and fellow artist Bradford Salamon for a couple hours at the festival of arts in Laguna Beach, and this awesome little painting came out of it. I think he made me look more badass/sensitive/better looking than i am in real life. Word out on the street is that a photo of me posing made it on the brochure for this year's festival.

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Aquaticus Short

The abridged version of the one and a half hour long "Aquaticus" shown at the Huntington Beach Art Center.

Monday, July 5, 2010

Phone Clean

Dumping old photos off of my phone, here's a couple keepers: A zombie t-shirt concept from one of my classes this year, and a great installation piece from the Culver City Art Walk this year, wish I knew the artist's name.


What is more surprising, the fact that this product exists, or that enough people want it that it's sold at Walmart?

Thursday, July 1, 2010