A wacky journey.
Trampoline and Tumble World Championship
German Christmas Market and Trampoline and Tumble World Championship.
Launch party for novelist Emma Cole and her new novel Visiting Mum.
An interview with novelist Emma Cole.
I’m one tired puppy tonight. My brain has definitely been put through its paces today. It’s ready for a shutdown. But there’s so much to be done.
i think, therefore – a poem from my book, a thousand bullets gone astray.
So many paths to choose from, how do we know which is the right one?
I make a quick sketch of a random guy and then speed up the playback. I’ve been wanted make a video like this for a while. And thanks to VLOMO I’m finally getting around to doing it.
Yabba dabba do-ing my way into the weekend. I had a long engaging day and now it is time for some fun.
A quick exploration conversations hidden and explicit. I also got a chance to try out my Kodak PlaySport underwater, and that was cool.
Our cat is quite the hunter. He has brought in mice, moles, birds, and frogs. The worst are the birds because they are usually still alive and end up flying all over the place or getting in hard to reach places.
When a cat brings you its kill, it is suppose to be one of the greatest compliments you can get from a cat. And the correct response according to cat folks is:
You love him! He went out of his way to hunt down this thing, and he was so happy and proud of himself he dragged it all the way home to give as a gift to you for all of the love and care and food you give him. Pet him, give him a treat, and then get a couple layers of napkins and throw it away and wash your hands.
Working on a documentary short film for novelist Emma Cole. I’ve included a rough cut of some of the footage we shot today. The audio is not great because I am using the audio from the camera for the rough cut. I did have a separate mic for the audio and will use this for the final version hopefully.
As an artist, how do we get through the noise that distracts us from creating?
Meet Tucker, Teddy, and Tommy, three new cats looking for a good home.
It’s video blogging month, or vlomo as it’s known in the trade. The idea is to post a new video blog post each day for the month of November. I’m 11 days behind the power curve having only just become aware that vlomo was in season. No matter. I’ll pick it up from today. Let the good times roll.