I love sketchbooks – I use them for everything – Toilet paper, To-Do Lists, Sketching, Storing Important Papers, among other things…I wish I did more drawing in them and less to-do lists, but thats just how things are. I’m going to share a sketch every week with everyone on here…it’ll be fun! With this web 2.0 technology you can even comment and let me know if you like them or not – I promise, I won’t be offended if you love/hate them all.
Wow…Four years sure flys by! Everyone always tells you that but you never believe it…Well I’ve got two more days of class, critique, and then BANG! I’ve got lots of exciting things planned…LOOK OUT!
I’ve been sketching and working with You Can Be A Wesley to come up with some cool promotional materials and press packet! I’ve uploaded a track for everyone to check out so have a listen and keep your eyes peeled for these guys/girl!
You Can Be A Wesley – GravityYou Can Be A Wesley – Gravity
I finally got outside and went skating! Its been sooo long. Fritz and I went filming at C-Pool and around Brookline working to get footage for the upcoming Jetty Promo – Check out some video
A few weeks ago Lance Bangs came to Allston (Rat/Rock City) to film a segment for his show on VBS.tv – If you haven’t checked out Vice’s VBS.tv then get on it! They are doing some great things…In particular the Epicly Later’d show is SOLID, Vice Travel Guide is insane, and the girls in Shot by Kern…speechless – Below are some photos from Protokoll’s set the night VBS came to town
I’ve been working hard, nerding out, enjoying the beautiful weather from my bedroom – windows open, music blasting! I’ve been a flickr member for sometime but i’ve had the weirdest problems with my passwords – So now I have two flickr accounts – I can’t login to my old one so bye bye old account – HELLO new account! Below are photos from Roller Kingdom which went down a few weeks ago – It may take a few seconds to load up – ENJOY!
I had a great time the other week doing a live painting at the Invisible Children Benefit at Revolution Rock Bar in downtown Boston – Check out the Invisible Children: they are a great group helping thousands of war-affected children who are threatened and forced into refugee camps.
I was in NYC this past weekend for The Happening Live. On Thursday there was a preview opening and then I hung around the city for the big event on Friday. I was super siked on the photography of Joe Curren, the artwork of my friend Julie Goldstein, as well as the Michael Leon print that I bought.