Tuesday, March 24, 2009


A little melancholy today - it would have been my father's 81st birthday today. It's sunny and crisp outside, a beautiful day.

Saturday, March 14, 2009


So again the death keeps coming...sadly I read today on facebook that an old friend Pricilla Allen whom I had done theater with years ago had passed away last summer, I had no idea. She was most commonly known to all sci-fi horror geeks as the "Two Weeks Lady" from Total Recall. My favorite memory of her was when I had to drive her to Boston that summer from the New Hampshire playhouse we were working at to do more latex face casting....she was describing what happens to her in the scene...that her head explodes etc...who would have know it would be such an iconic scene. Anyway here is her obituary and famous scene right here....
Also here is a great article for further reading about the woman by Michelle collins, writer for BestWeekEver.tv

Wednesday, March 4, 2009


So I finally got around to getting some new prints together...

The whole PHOBIA SERIES is available as a complete set of mini-prints! 13 phobia prints in all! This is a really cute set - printed on heavy weight 308 gsm Hahnemuhle fine art rag paper each print is 6" x 6" inches, signed in pencil and numbered. Edition of 30 sets only (seen below). - pencil not included :)

I am also offering 12 of the phobias separately as well, so you can just buy only the ones you want if you like! These prints are the same size as the original pieces - 10" x 10" also printed on the heavy weight 308 gsm Hahnemuhle paper, signed, numbered and dated on the back. (the 13th phobia, in case you were wondering, is still available as an original work so that one will not be available in the full size, sorry)

And lastly I have the print "Youth Explosion" from my last December show, Les Enfants Diaboliques which I've had a lot of requests for. This is comes in at 11"x 14" inch size in editions of 50

So Get them all Here!

Monday, March 2, 2009


This has been some year so far for me, personally. My Father died January 9th of this year and a week later a long time friend of the Theater Alfred Christie died as well in his home on January 14th. We had a memorial for him Saturday in New York City and today
Courtney Sullivan, a past apprentice with the Hampton Playhouse (where long time parntners Alfred Christie and John Vari gave me my Theater "legs" in acting, directing and writing)wrote an article about the celebration in today's New York Times found here