I'm also very excited to be participating in Genre Bender on March 4th and 5th. It's basically an art blind date where you get paired with an unfamiliar artist who works in a different creative discipline and you make a twenty-minute performance together. I'm working with performer/puppeteer Kyle Loven, and we have been... uh... researching game shows and the apocalypse. It'll be fun. Promise.
I've spent much of the past three years hiding out in Alaska and ignoring the business side of being an artist, and I have to say, I have enjoyed the hell out of that hiatus. But I have finally updated my three-years-out of date website (and am still adding content—soon there will be evidence that I've painted a lot of murals), so please click around and explore all the new material. When in doubt, click on images; they probably go somewhere or offer some further context.
I have also been running an ongoing side project, The Adventures of Honeybucket, which explores the hopes, dreams, longings and fears of Honeybucket portable toilets.
Over and out,