Thursday, September 25, 2014

Just checking in.


     I haven't posted anything on here in a while because I have been building up material for a new project and collaborating with other people.
     Do yourself a favor and check out to see the last large video project I've completed. It has only screened once at the Nightingale Cinema a couple of months ago, and the internet is the only place to view it.
     Let me know what you think, what you feel, if you are interested in showing it, or have any other input. I'm allll ears and would love to hear from you because I respect you and want to build our rapport.

Official synopsis: Some Southern Country (2014) 30 mins

A 13-chapter video comic book, wherein a teenage boy experiences sexual adventures and overcomes obstacles of the heart atop a generic, racially ambiguous, American 80s world determined to perpetuate tribal war in a southern jungle. Green people blackmail, torture, spy, cry and trash their bedrooms in a private high school while a concurrent narrative in text details the sexploits of a privileged middleclass jerk overcoming his fear of love. These conflicting narratives are rendered together with gradual color changes, sound effects, synth and faux orchestral arrangements.

Here are some stills

Saturday, August 2, 2014


There are only 15 of each of these brand new books I made! Buy The Sex People, Tobey Macintire: My Own Hideaway, and Tobey Macintire: Road Songs at Quimby's Uncharted Books or directly from me! You have to hurry because these places keep calling me to tell me that I need to restock these books because they are in such HIGH DEMAND and I don't know how much yelling the people at Kinkos can take from me! They seemed really understaffed for my kind of operation.

This one is about a guy who is seduced by the Sex People after a tragic camping trip.

This one is about a child star that tries to tell you about the ritual abuse he suffered as a child star. Will you believe him?
This is a sequel and is about Tobey digging up the past and coming to terms with himself and the ritual abuse he suffered as a child star through his music.