As 2011 grew to a close I realized that I was in an odd position: I had entered a period during which I felt the most creative I had in years, while simultaneously being incredibly stressed and irritated at the levels of cock-blockery that stands in the way of artistic endeavors done under the auspices of work.
Having seen many people do a “whatever a day” series, I decided to challenge myself to spend at least 15 minutes, but no more than 2 hours, every day working on something for fun. The idea is to create something that is not work-related, is fun, is flexing a muscle I think is week, is not intended for a pitch, a sale or anything else beyond being just plain ol’ practice at my craft.
I made it a third of the way through the year before stopping– not because I got lazy, but because I had enough paying work to eat up my time. Not a terrible position to be in.
That served as the basis for this site, which now continues on as an online gallery, art dump, Instagram rejection pile and all purpose archive of my various experiments, unpaid work, snapshots and general fun.
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This site is dedicated to my work as a filmmaker and writer. Experience my various screenplays, short films, comics and short stories.
In addition to being a writer, I am also a professional art director and designer. My portfolio and information for this part of my life is on this site.