Monday, June 26, 2017

Transparencies Animated Video

For the past month I've been drawing and painting a million scenes for the attached video, which was finished a couple days ago. Originally, it was going to be for Pink Salt, but, to torture myself, I picked a longer song instead. Here tis-


Friday, May 26, 2017

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

The City Pages Examines The Witch Watch

This past week saw Jerard Fagerberg of the City Pages examine our debut album as well as disclose the origin of the band and the transition from my previous group, Murder Shoes. You can read the article HERE.

Last Date by Witch Watch

New video from my group Witch Watch. It's got a moody Twilight Zone feel to it.


Friday, April 21, 2017

Wandering & Wondering

Hot damn! Lock up your cats. It's finally out! The debut album by Witch Watch, Wandering and Wondering, is now available via Bandcamp (itunes and streaming in a week or so). It was recorded by Knol Tate, Jonathan Neighbors, and myself and features a very haunting cover by Minneapolis artist Edie Overturf.

Monday, April 17, 2017

It's Monday. You Should Watch A Video.

Last month my new group, Witch Watch shot a second video for our upcoming album, Wandering and Wondering. There's a corresponding single to go with it on Bandcamp, featuring another three non-album b-sides. If you like songs about people named Mr.Fish, raising the dead, and just flat out stream of crazy wordplay, you may be in luck.



The director of the video is Joah Colby. Molly Uravitch designed the costumes. I made that weird bug that sits atop the amplifier and edited/storyboarded the thing. The album comes out April 21st.


Friday, February 3, 2017

Witch Watch Single & Promo Film

Well, after lots of glue gun induced blistered flesh burns, I have to say, here tis, the debut single and film of my new group, Witch Watch, along with 3 non-album b-sides. The key word on this is dreamy. That will change with subsequent singles, but here we are. Misty swamps and cannibles.

This was shot in my living room. Two months of crazy. Cardboard everywhere. In a word, great. All in the name of art. Joah Colby at the camera, Molly Uravitch and myself at the controls of set design and props. Anna Neighbors and Derek Van Gieson of Witch Watch appear in the film along with good friends Jonathan Neighbors and Daniel Buettner.

More soon.