I previously failed to blog about the release of The Infinite Vacation #4 and #5 but I’m here to say that you can now read the entire series in both print and digital formats. The five issue series from Image Comics was written by Nick Spencer with art by Christian Ward. Throughout the series I contributedContinue reading “The Infinite Vacation #5”
The second issue of The Infinite Vacation is available today at comic book stores nationwide. Once again, I have contributed four pages of photography. This time my photos feature Chicago actors, Ashley Bush and Lee Russell. The five issue series from Image Comics is written by Nick Spencer with art (on the non-photo pages) by Christian Ward.
Image Comics’ The Infiniate Vacation #1 has sold out and is headed for a second printing to be released with an alternate cover on February 16, 2011. The five issue series is written by Nick Spencer with art by Christian Ward. I contributed four pages of photography to the first issue and here’s what some peopleContinue reading “People Like The Infinite Vacation #1”
Today marks the release of the first issue of The Infinite Vacation from Image Comics. The five issue series is written by Nick Spencer with art by Christian Ward. I contributed four pages of photography to the first issue (sometimes known in comics as fumetti) and have also been creating some videos to promote theContinue reading “The Infinite Vacation #1”
The Art Academy of Cincinnati does an annual Minumental exhibition where all the artwork has to be 2 inches or smaller in all directions. I’ve been participating since I was a student and they also feature work by faculty, staff and alumni so I’ve been making little artwork around this time every year for quiteContinue reading “23rd Annual Minumental Exhibition”
Has there ever been a boring year? 2009 was pretty interesting. I went to the Cannes Film Festival, recorded an album with Koala Fires, worked on a some new short films (Score That Date, A Wake, Drive Me to the Center, Questionable Taste) and spent time in Dallas, New Orleans, Austin, Miami, Chicago, Paris, San Diego andContinue reading “2009 in Review”
A couple of weeks ago, in conjunction with Oktoberfest Zinzinnati, downtown’s Fountain Square was overflowing with dachshunds ready to compete in the Gemuetlichkeit Games—specifically the Running of the Wieners. George Wendt was the Master of Ceremonies, the tiny dogs were all dressed in bun costumes and it was so terribly weird/cute that I had to takeContinue reading “Running of the Wieners”