I walked off the 40th St Lowery 7 Train and discovered that there is a Sunnyside Drum Corps.

My parents took me to a silent auction at The Bidwell House, and I won this box set of Narnia:
Probably broke some kid's heart. Haha.

I try not to give opinions but I do have a problem with this particular story: The mysterious ecological disaster is cool, once you figure it out. I am very saddened by the loss of humanity's technological future, and don't think the farmer's existence amongst the ruins is particularly romantic. I want Toola to succeed in her quest to restore the past, and I don't understand why Agito would give up his simple girlfriend immediately for the new girl, and on top of it sell his soul to the forest for superpowers that would hurt him. The bad guys are shown venting black pollution, but they also created the beautiful nature? Maybe it's a good thing that this movie creates mixed feelings and you can't paint everything black and white.


Thanksgiving Stuffin

"Do you think I'm blaming them for talking rot? Not a bit! I like people to talk rot. It's a man's only privilege over the rest of creation. By talking rot, you eventually get to the truth. I'm a man because I talk rot. Not a single truth has ever been discovered without people first talking utter rot a hundred times or perhaps a hundred thousand times -- and it's, in a way, a highly commendable thing even. But so far as we are concerned, you see, the trouble is that we can't even talk rot in our own way. Talk rot by all means, but do it in your own way, and I'll be ready to kiss you for it."
~ Crime & Punishment

Short Short Story Film Festival

Phil Servati (my composer) Kristen Garris (friend) and me!

This was a great film "The Garbage Angels"

Old Mom's Stuffin



THE BIRTHDAY OF THE INFANTA will be screened at the Short Short Story Film Festival at THINK CAFE at 7:00pm on SATURDAY NOV 21!!!

This is my rotoscoped version of Andy Warhol's famous screen-tests, where he would sit a person in front of a camera and film them for 3 minutes. I made this about a year ago, but I finished the last 12 frames just recently.

Quarter Life Crisis Article: "He listlessly works through lunch, then goes to the bar after work to meet up with some university friends, where they talk about their jobs and make ironic jokes about other people. Back at home, he wonders why he feels so gross and empty after spending time with them, but it’s mostly better than being alone."

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No place, sometime

My new Moleskin Art book.

This music video is a cross between "Tale of Tales" by Yuri Norstein and my own animation "A Cliff-side Romance."