There's simply too much art to be made
They say if you're a jack of all trades then you're a master of none. I would say that typically this is true. In my case, my diversity of skill is by virtue of the amount of time I've invested in my craft(s). For the last 20 years, I've spent anywhere from 4 to 8 hours a day making art (and sometimes much more). I was born with an indefatigable hunger for art and creating. Though spread across multiple mediums, the amount of time I've dedicated to each discipline far exceeds what would be considered "normal". I'm obsessed with making art, but that's okay. Never do a find myself without meaning or purpose -- It's in my pen, my brush, on the canvas or screen, or vibrating through the body of my guitar and over the harp of my piano. I'm firmly rooted in my conviction that art is not a mere hobby -- it is an extension of my very personality and being.
I made this video while quarantining in bed with Covid-19. ABC: Always Be Creating.
The music in the video is an original composition as well. Hope you enjoy it!
I wrote, performed and recorded this song in my home studio. The music video is 100% stop motion animation, and consists of 10,000 individual photographs. This project took over two months to create, and I'm dying to make another one.
This is a promo video I created using the 3D software, Blender. The Snuggle Buddies experiment was my first venture in the NFT space. Inspired by my three young kids, Snuggle Buddies consists of furry monsters that love to snuggle.
A live, acoustic performance in Seattle, WA. I was fortunate enough to be invited to the Raise The Roof benefit, where I shared the stage with Brandie Carlile and Mike McCready from Pearl Jam.
This is a teaser for the upcoming animated Snuggle Stories. Animated by Dino Belli, narrated by the one and only Jelly.