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This week’s Salon.com video!

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Here’s the music video I directed for Jenn Vix!

Inspiration: Edward Gorey, and Talking Heads videos.

Also: I had to MacGuyver a way to use Flash to rotoscope for this video. It was surprisingly easy. Enjoy!

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You loved him in Plan 9 From Outer Space, right?

Ho ho….uhhhhhhhhhhhhh…….ho.

And but so I’m directing a music video for Jenn Vix’s upcoming single, “Vampire.” Here’s a still:

I know, right?

While I’ll be done with production and post-production by next week, I’m not sure when the music video will officially “drop.” The music industry is crazy!

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…is here.

I would embed it, but WordPress only allows YouTube and Google videos to be embedded.

It’s called “Antimicrobial,” and it’s here!

…in slightly more than 140 letters. I mean, I love Facebook, but sometimes you need to stretch it out.


  • I started production on a music video for Jenn Vix last night.
  • For the video, I’m learning how to rotoscope. In Flash. It’s not all that hard, actually. Time-consuming, but not so tough.
  • MTV contacted me about using one of my animations using actual audio of Speidi (that’s Spencer & Heidi) from “The Hills” for a “Hills” parody special that they are literally throwing together even as we speak; I said “okeydoke” and I’m told it will air Saturday, December 13 at 2PM. Prime time…?
  • Official tally of the number of “Atom Age Vampire” DVDs I’ve pre-sold: zero. Yay, bad economy!
  • And but so become the first to get your name in my film’s credits by pre-ordering “Atom Age Vampire” on DVD today.

…including a suite of drawings based on La Jetee (click on the drawing to go to Flickr and look at ’em):

…is here.

WordPress doesn’t allow me to directly embed a Salon.com video; only YouTube and Google videos are allowed to play.

This weekly-instead-of-daily business is going to be hard to get used to. I started shoving in one-liners that definitely belong in other animations, animations I won’t get to do. Yay!