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My Studio

This studio is a simultaneous overlay of an art gallery, a performance space, a recording studio, a used record & book store and a pawn shop.

The space evokes the better elements of a New York loft, a Berlin nightclub, a London used book & record store and an LA pawn shop.

All in a Washington cellar.

Make sure you check out some of the original music and video I composed while you're visiting. I wrote, recorded, shot, composed everything.





An extension of skin, bone, circuit boards, paper & vinyl, my work studio is a co-mingling of the obsolete and the cutting edge.

This is a Creative Environment

An extension of skin, bone, circuit boards, paper & vinyl, my work studio is a co-mingling of the obsolete and the cutting edge.

Antiques, castaways, 33 1/3 album covers and open-source software interact with a striking visual experience which never fails to inspire hi-quality work.





You Can Read It
in the Sunday Papers

Original Music, Time-Lapse Photography & Découpage

Original Music, Time-Lapse Photography & Découpage

Quarantine Videos: Tour my studio's inner recesses between old media, dead media and cutting-edge AI as seen and heard in these original compositions (mostly done during covid.)

The pandemic was the impetus for documenting my studio's evolution, as well as the music & projects created therein.

This includes time-lapse & animated video assemblages of mixed-media découpage pieces being built.

I composed, arranged, recorded & performed all the music myself.

  • Where's The Real Emma Peel?

    Where's The Real Emma Peel?

    This is a panoramic walking tour of my studio emphasizing its dream-state vibe, painted with LoRes strokes by a cheap-o camera.

  • Women of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick

    Women of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick

    Impromptu AI experiment: Constructivism, Art Deco, Impressionism, Precisionism, Futurism, and the every-day post-apocalyptic millennial crapola.

  • Mary What's Her Name

    Mary What's Her Name

    Pieces sliced straight from a quarantine dream, this photographic study of my studio is a tour of obsolescence. I wrote & performed the music, shot the pix.

  • Texaco No. 7

    Texaco No. 7

    This is a time-lapse about cultural devastation and - maybe - a rise from the ashes (though we know what rebirth's worth in the end.)

  • “Seer/Sucker” aka “The Illustrated Man’s Guitar”

    Seer/Sucker

    “Seer/Sucker” aka “The Illustrated Man’s Guitar” is a mixed-media découpage exploration of better days in the USA.

  • The Spirit of ’59

    The Spirit of ’59

    “The Spirit of ’59” is a mixed-media découpage exploration of the days back when popular music was good.

  • Chucks Reduxe

    Chucks Reduxe

    “Chucks Reduxe” is a time-lapse of my studio shot in late-fall quarantine20 on a cheap-o camera with a soundtrack composed and performed by me.

  • LP Or Die

    LP Or Die

    I made the mistake of leaving for college w/o laying down some ground rules, and my folks tossed my vinyl collection in the trash.

  • Death Throes of PC DOS

    Death Throes of PC DOS

    This time-lapse explores the intersection of color, serendipity and the lovely chaos brought about by a freshly-kaput 28-year-old computer.

  • Leon Loved The Snaked Girl

    Leon Loved The Snaked Girl

    Named for characters in the film Blade Runner, this is a salute to Film Directors and DPs who could really set-up a shot. Music composed & performed by me.

  • Time-Lapse Outdoor Christmas Tree Lights

    Time-Lapse Outdoor Christmas Tree Lights

    A family tradition for decades: stringing the lights on the tree in the traffic circle in front of our family home.

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