Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Sunday, December 4, 2011

We Think of You

K.C. Bull and Dave Wilson (Ribbons) spent several months visiting RCA beach in Bolinas, studying the space, and organizing a large collaborative stop motion event which took place on September 10th, 2011. Over 40 people contributed from sun up till sun down to make the stop motion film working under a 16ft tripod built by K.C. and Dave. Dave recently brought the film to Japan as part of a creative exchange. The field of radio towers above RCA beach was the site to receive the first trans-pacific radio transmission from Japan in 1913. The RCA event was a day to keep Japan's recent healings in mind and put forth a new transmission "We Think of You."

The soundtrack was a piece created as a backdrop for the day of the event. One September eve, 4 tape players were set around the Bolinas community center.
The music makers:
Trishna Horvath
Douglas Kirby
Vanessa Waring
Elizabeth U
Elias Reitz
Dave Wilson
Jefferey Manson

The song was played back on the 4 tape players hanging on each of the 4 legs of the "quad-pod" on the day of the event. These sounds set the mood for an integral portion of the day.

This is a loop I made for jeffrey manson's show at Eleanor Harwood Gallery in SF



with dave wilson, jeffrey manson, vanessa, katie williams, and andrew poyner

made on RCA Beach north of bolinas, ca

I put it to Daniel Higgs' Jewel of the East



Monday, July 11, 2011


Dryer Lint has many good uses. My friend Katie Hardin has been collecting it for over 10 years and we finally put it to good use i this super 8 animation to be processed and edited soon.


Sunday, July 10, 2011

Fabrication Animation

Collaboration with Ethan Cook in his Brooklyn studio.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Super 8 Animation Collaboration

These are some stills from the animations I am filming for Jeffery Manson's music video. Many thanks to collaborators David wilson, Katie Williams, Andrew Poyner, Jeff and Vanessa. It took us 5 hours to shoot 2 minutes of film.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011