Saturday, June 23, 2007


The first run of DVD's of my documentary on the ska band The Slackers- aptly titled The Slackers: A Documentary- arrived this past week. It's a feature length documentary I directed slash produced slash edited slash carried around a golf bag of tripods and mic stands doubling as light stands for.

The DVD's will be going on sale online soon, until then the Slackers will be selling them at their shows, so check out their tour dates section of their website.

I also whipped up my own site- for the documentary, and a little trailer for it. Check it out.

Anyways, I'll have more info about where to buy it when it becomes available. But in the meantime thanks to everyone who helped me out on it. I'll give you all copies of the final product because gratitude isn't tangible. But seriously I owe you all. Thanks.

So This Is Night & Robot Rights

Saturday, June 16, 2007

Bloodbath Several Blocks From Burger King

I'm going to be animating all today, trying to get this short closer to being done. In the meantime, here's a flyer I'm also working on.

Oh yeah, and if you're in the NYC area, you should check out this show. It's gonna be rad.

Pop Punk Nights & Robot Rights

(That one is weak I know.)

Friday, June 8, 2007

Side Projects are Never Successful aka Wings Is Just Taxi/Cheers In An Airport

So, we got a rough cut of the new animated short- code named IIUM/KUS. And with the rough cut I now realize we need roughly 10-12 completely new shots among other little fixes. But it's looking good. And it might be funny. I can't tell. Being with the same script and jokes for over 4 months is like saying "spaghetti time" over and over again. Eventually, the words lose all meaning and you never want to see a Sopranos episode again.

In the meanwhile, two other projects are in the works. Here's a rough storyboard from a music video I'm going to be animating for Mr. Ben Weasel's new upcoming solo album.

She's holding a cell phone. Yeah, that's right. I'm storyboarding and making animatics for my shorts from now on. Leave me alone.

of Spring, Rites & Robot Rights