Saturday, April 22, 2006

photos from the URI show

Kelly Murphy and I are about as gangsta as you can get...

Jen and Erin representin' HITWGC!

'99 Represent! (don't look too closely at Evan's may hypnotize you and overpower you....)

For all you RISD kids out there, you'll be happy to know that 'Gallery Guy' was in attendance...for those of you who don't know this guy, 'Gallery Guy' (also known as 'Sample Man') mysteriously turns up at every opening at RISD and takes a look at all the art, while munching on whatever cheese or crackers that is there. But apparently it's more than just RISD...he is an enigma...this has been going on for years...

Monday, April 17, 2006

show in RI this thursday

hey everyone-

i'm in an art exhibit this thursday at uri. the opening is from 6-8. if you're around, stop by. the show is up until april 28th.

more info here

Friday, April 07, 2006


As one could imagine – yesterday was a crazy day for me. The news officially broke that Dreamworks Animation has acquired the rights to develop and produce an animated CG film based on Punk Farm. It made the cover of Variety!

Thank you everyone for the messages, phone calls – everything! It all started at 8:30 in the morning when my phone rang and it was my old college buddy Steve (who had gotten a call from our friend Sean – who had read about it on The e-mails and phone calls of support didn’t stop until late in the evening. There were a lot of "Whoa's", "Woo Hoo's" and other "W" words as well as a lot of exclamation points and words in ALL CAPS!!!

I am truly a lucky man. Not just because of the great news but because of the amazingly supportive family that I have and because of all of the great friends that I’ve been able to surround myself by in life.

In the midst of this activity yesterday, I received a package from my friends down in Texas – J and Tendel. They wanted to share with me the goodie bag that had been given away at Isaiah’s 5th birthday party. Included was a CD of family friendly punk music. I listened to the CD as I ate lunch. And then, to my surprise, the last track wasn’t a song, but Isaiah reading Punk Farm.

It made everything that I’ve been working towards so worth it. And it will serve as a reminder to me as to what is real and important.

To listen to Isaiah reading Punk Farm, click here.