Davy Rudolph had some nice things to say about me

My old friend Davy runs a really great design blog, and after running into him with mewithoutYou this past weekend, he had some really nice things to say about me and my work. Davy and I go way back, when I used to do design for his band, like 7 years ago. Thanks for the kind words Davy, oh, and I’ll have some prints of my photos for sale in November!

Gifts From Enola Preorder + T-Shirts

Gifts From Enola‘s new album goes up for pre-order today, via the Mylene Sheath! It comes in 3 vinyl editions (one exclusively available from the band) and CD. Plus you can get an exclusive t-shirt with the pre-order. The band also has a variation of this shirt out on the road with them. To top it off, every order comes with free buttons and stickers.

The last few months, in photos.

I love shooting photos with 120 film, especially during the summer. I post new photos every month or so, after I manage to use a roll of film, have it processed, and scanned. It’s all very time-consuming, but it makes the final product of these images much more anticipated. Here’s some photos from my most recent rolls. Maybe some of these will end up in my photo show in November.

Flood Tide needs your help!

Flood Tide is a road movie on a river. It tells the story of four musicians who create extraordinary boats out of ordinary junk and set out for open water, fueled by dreams, desperation and a sense of adventure. Directed by friend Todd Chandler, and starring the rest of DDD, it is also a collaboration with the Swimming Cities of Switchback Sea, a project started by the artist Swoon and built by an eclectic group of artists and performers. In the summer of 2008, the crew built and floated seven large, boat-sculptures down the Hudson River, putting on performances in towns along the way. While documenting the real life journey, Flood Tide is a work of fiction that uses the voyage as its centerpiece.

Here’s where you can help, and be a part of the project. The film needs assistance in funding. CLICK HERE to view the Kickstarter page for the film, where you can donate money to help the project be completed. You even get some rewards for your donation, which can include a copy of the film, soundtrack, your name in the credits list, a Swoon monograph, or even an original piece of art from the film.  With a little under a month to go, your help would be very much appreciated.

Robots & Butterflies

This is the finalized cover for the latest album that Adam and I have been working on. For Closer to HomeRobots & Butterflies wanted the artwork to portray the concept of coming home. They recorded each instrument in the members’ houses, outside of a real studio. After the loss of a member, and a good friend, the album is dedicated to their former bassist, and the theme is a reference to the time spent together.