MY WORK

A COUPLE DANCES ALTERNATE TANGO

Regardless of the medium I end up using, be it animation, painting, drawing, sculpting or the occasional performance piece, my approach to executing an idea is always sourced from the same place in my head and heart. They are influenced by my past and observations of life around me. Movement is a series of images. […]

Dancing

A CLOSE UP VIEW OF A COUPLE DANCING THE TANGO

Light and color have an abstract energy. That process becomes a connector in my universe. Light reveals color. Tiny particles of energy dance, weave and bounce off and thru the subject, creating the form between glass walls of refraction, trapped in the edges, spun into a corner. No place to go. Bouncing back up thru the stillness. Or bouncing back at you from a monitor. Color existing only when light slams into it, shadows hint at another passage.

PiazzaNYC

Piazza NYC at night

An interactive website that illustrates the characters of the Commedia Dell Arte as conceived by artist Cynthia Wells

MOONGLOW

This is a children’s picture book I illustrated. The first half is fantasy, the second half is about the natural history of the animals featured in the book.

Dexter Gordon at Ronnie Scotts

Close up of a saxophone player in front of an audience

I had arrived right before the start of the concert. The only seat left was a table in front of center stage. I found out why a couple of minutes later when the fantastic Mr Dexter Gordon came out and played his big ole saxophone. The juice from his playing would land right on our […]

Visible Spectrum

I see color intensely. When I see a display of colors my mind overloads with excitement. Light bounces off one particle to a myriad of other particles. I’m fascinated with the concept that there is so much happening outside the realm of human vision. Thus the title “Visible Spectrum”. Welcome to my blog. I’ve been […]

Birdlady

  Birdlady A short clip from the film “Interview with Tallulah, Queen of the Universe” Inspirations – George Lepape, Elvis, Laurie Anderson

PONTY

See more of Ponty here.

Animating the two-faced diva

  Any guesses on what she’s saying? This was a scene from “Interview with Tallulah, Queen of the Universe” completed in 1995. I’m getting it transferred to digital files soon. The answer will be revealed then. The registration is a bit off in spots because I created the gif from a copies of the scene […]