Brandon Barash, the actor behind General Hospital‘s Johnny Zacchara, stopped by Channel 1 and was nice enough to share his feelings about Teaessare Can Read in the video below. I’m sincerely honored that Brandon took the time out of his schedule to shoot a promo for Teaess
Things should be back to normal for me next week, but at the moments it’s busy busy busy as I get all my ducks lined up in preparation for my show. For the sake of further shameless promotion, the show, called Teaessare Can Read, opens on November 20th at Channel 1 in New Haven,
It’s a true story. Cats don’t much like when their furless roommates attempt to get work done. My wife and I adopted this guy a little under a year ago. We named him Quint. He enjoys playing and sleeping. He especially enjoys doing so on my keyboard and drawing tablet. Her
Here’s a short video promo for my art show, made possible by EM Schrader. Mr Schrader is one of the folks behind the previously mentioned It Happened But Nobody Noticed which will be screening this weekend.
This week’s Art Jumble challenge is “your favorite movie of all time“. It’s impossible to claim just one movie as my favorite. Among them is It’s a Wonderful Life. Here’s my contribution to this week’s challenge, my version of an illustration
This week, Sugar Frosted Goodness is offering up a challenge with the chance to win a prize. The theme is Vintage Advertising Characters, and all submissions will be judged by Warren Dotz, whose favorite will be awarded a copy of his new book, Ad Boy: Vintage Advertising with Characte
Two local videosmiths, EM Schrader and JL Sonic, have just completed the ambitious task of producing a documentary about the Connecticut punk/new wave scene from 1978 to 1988 called It Happened But Nobody Noticed. I’m honored to have been asked to illustrate the movie’s of