Wednesday, November 07, 2012

Make Me Pretty

"Make Me Pretty" is my latest 11"x 14" x 8", sculpture  that explores youth and human aging. So many of us hate the fact that we are getting old. Including me. Our society has such a fixation on beauty and youth, that millions of people surgically alter-themselves to try and cheat the effects of aging. A wrinkle here, a sag there, and our lives are all over. No bones about it, some day we and everyone we love are ALL going to die. If your lucky, you might live past 90, but at that age, our bodies are certainly not what they used to be. Maybe within the next 20-40 years, surgery and bioengineering technologies will be advanced enough to give us a new face, or possibly even a new body. The question is, what will we have to give up in order to do be young again? Is youth worth selling your soul?

This piece can be seen at the Hive Gallery from now till December 1st along with dozens of other sculptures from many of the best sculptors in Los Angeles.

Saturday, November 03, 2012

The Hive's Master Blaster Sculpture Show IV

Once again The Hive Gallery in downtown LA is holding it's fourth annual sculpture show. I managed to finish a new piece in just the nick of time for them. Check it out if you are in LA between:

OPENING: November 3rd, 8-11:30PM FREE
Show Runs: November 3rd-December 1st

Guaranteed to be a heck of a show with some amazing sculptures!

Monday, July 16, 2012


This past weekend I was lucky enough to get into Comic-Con and be a survivor in The Walking Dead Escape.  Both events were a lot of fun. The Con was not as packed but it was still pretty damn packed! Above is some footage I managed to get with my new Gopro 3D camera while tearing through the Walking Dead course. Hope to do more with that cool little camera involving sculpture and animation! Oh and the girl on the right is eating a dead dog. Enjoy!

Thursday, June 14, 2012


Hi Everyone, 

I recently took a little trip with my family to the East Coast to attend a Museum show opening in Allentown PA which my one of my sculptures is in.

The show is called At The Edge Art of the Fantastic. 

Here is a little description of the event: 
The Allentown Art Museum of the Lehigh Valley is pleased to showcase an exhibition that will introduce contemporary fantastic art to the museum setting.  At the Edge: Art of the Fantastic will not only be the most comprehensive exhibition of fantastic art to date, it will also be the first time that this discipline has been presented on such a large scale.  Sometimes labeled as science fiction or fantasy art, such imaginative realism distinguishes itself from other forms by portraying ancient myths and legends, modern day fantasies in the form of divine interventions, the imagination, the dream state, the grotesque visions and the uncanny as common objects.
Here is a link to the Museum:

For me, this was a must see show. Many of the artists that have influenced me all my life were a part of this. Artists like H.R. Giger, Frank Frazetta, and the Hildebrandt brothers take the viewer to different worlds or alternate realities. They dare to imagine beyond the scope of reality.

Here is a short video explaining the event:

Thursday, March 22, 2012

At the Edge: Art of the Fantastic

Thanks to my friend Thomas Kuebler, I've been invited to participate in a HUGE fantastic art collection at the Allentown Art Museum. I'm so thrilled and honored to be a part of this AMAZING collection of art from 1860 to the present.  Many legendary works of art will be in this 175 piece collection.  Art from H.R. Giger, Frank Frazetta, Hildebrant brothers, will be on display just to name a few... I still can't believe that my work will be among such big names in the art field! Click here for more info.

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Zombie Training

Not long ago I met Simon Gregory, creator of a new magazine called Zombie Training. It's a super cool survival guide in the event of a Zombie outbreak. It has everything, even some interviews with cast from The Walking Dead! They also did an interview with me on my art. Like a lot of people, I've been on a Zombie kick lately, and it was a real pleasure trying to answer questions like, " What would be your number one weapon choice in a zombie epidemic"

You can see the Zombie training site here, and here is a link to get the 130 page magazine. Check it out!

Friday, March 16, 2012

STASIS comic gets new life!

A few years ago I finished a comic based on my animated short called STASIS. I took the sets, and puppets from the film, my camera and a little Photoshop skills to create it. Unfortunately, it never made it into the Diamond catalog for distribution. I did Comic Con and a few other shows getting some good exposure but had no real way to sell them, other than Etsy, until now.

Pulp Free publishing offers digital comics in the itunes store! They've created an ingenious free app that allows you to download their content of creator owned  comics! It's easy and user friendly. I reformatted the comic to fit on an iphone or ipad. Whats' great is that the the style of this comic totally lends itself to a digital format. Not to mention the cost to print just 1000 copies in traditional format is over $2000. Pulp free is, well nearly free in comparison!

I felt a little defeated after initially completing the first issue because of the cost to self publish, so the second issue fell by the way side. Now, with this new publishing format, the STASIS comic series has new life in my eyes and I'm back on creating issue #2!

Check out Pulp Free here, if you have a comic you'd like to publish. The first 100 publishers are FREE. STASIS and other comics will be available in the coming weeks in the itunes store, search under Pulp Free Publishing LLC.

Saturday, January 07, 2012

Go Carving!

Recently, I was asked to show some of my work on a new sculpting website  called Go Carving. Their are some amazing sculptors their and I am proud to be displaying with them. Check it out here.