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Here’s Your Pie

Just put the finishing touches on my latest film, “Give Me a Pie”; 1896 frames of painting and drawing on 35mm movie trailers. It’s on Vimeo right now for your viewing pleasure.

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Give Me a Pie

Been plowing along on my new short short “Give me a Pie”. This time, I’m painting and drawing on 35mm trailers from a series of Dog Films; Bingo, K9 and Man’s Best Friend. Having lots of fun experimenting with removing layers of emulsion. If the film is soaked in bleach for just a few seconds, […]

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New Studio in Provincetown

Once again, I’ll be working on a new animated film this summer in Provincetown Ma. Looking forward to developing scratch and paint on film techniques and enjoying the larger space.

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Documentary by Chris Engles

My neighbor, Chris Engles, is a filmmaker and veteran of public radio, having worked on such NPR favorites as Cartalk, The World, Morning Edition, The Connection and Living on Earth.  He’s created a series of short documentaries on artists working in Brickbottom Studios in Somerville (where I live and work). My process and work is […]

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Upcoming Summer Shows, Animation and More!

As has been the case for the last three summers, I spend my time up in Provincetown Massachusetts working on animated films and getting ready for my summer show at Schoolhouse Gallery. This year, the show runs from July 20 through August 8 with the opening reception on friday July 20  starting at 6PM. I’ll […]

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Interview on Frenzer Foreman Podcast

Joel Frenzer and Alan Foreman do a regular podcast on all things animation. This month, I’m the guest and talk about Sing Sing Prison, Cactus Thorns, Animation and Kinetic Sculpture! Frenzer Foreman Animation Forum  

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score for Dona Lina

Switching Gears

Starting off  post Fireworks of July, here’s some people getting cranky at the opening Friday Night: I couldn’t be happier with the turnout. After all the months of effort, it’s exciting to see people enjoying the work. In addition, the pieces had quite the workout and everything held up beautifully. Switching Gears Sequestered in my […]

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