I was lucky enough to spend some quality time with the amazing women behind THE ENTERTAINMENT CORNER this past week, and the result is a pretty epic recorded interview, now available on their site! Through the skillfull reporting team of Mireille Miskulin and Kristine Radford, we successfuly condensed a lifetime of design,
JUST ANNOUNCED! Join me and fellow Little Rock Film Festival filmmakers Graham Gordy, Gerry Bruno (Seven Souls), Grant Curatola (Death and the Blue-eyed Boy) and Amman Abbasi (L7) in a panel discussion all about “The Art of the Short Film“! The panel starts at 3PM on Thursday, June 2nd, in
We’re so excited! KARL DAHL AND THE GOLDEN CUBE is an official selection of the 5th annual Little Rock Film Festival, which runs from June 1st to June 5th, 2011! UPDATED 5/30/2011!: TWO MORE SCREENINGS HAVE BEEN ADDED! The film will now screen FOUR TIMES during the fest, including a brand new PREMIERE SCREENING
In case you missed me and Casey Ryan talking about Karl Dahl, indie animation, and the coolness that is the Little Rock Film Fest on this past Saturday’s Cutting Room Floor (May 7th at 11am CST), don’t you worry… you can still hear the interview in its entirety HERE! Enjoy!
Don’t forget to tune in for the next action packed episode of Casey Ryan’s Cutting Room Floor Tomorrow, May 7th at 11am CST, where me and Casey get to go dig in on Truly Indie Animation, all things Karl Dahl, discuss the elements of cartoon comedy, and talk about the upcoming premiere of Karl
While we finish preparing for the summer 2011 premiere of Karl Dahl and the Golden Cube, I thought you might enjoy a peek at the POSTER!
It’s about freakin’ time! I FINALLY get to show off the first pics from my new oh-so-secret(-ish) animated film, “KARL DAHL AND THE GOLDEN CUBE“! The story features twin brothers Karl and Vincent Dahl, a pair of bickering vaudevillian nutcrackers, who inadvertently find themselves facing off against the infamous Vile Tom (and his gang
Just in case you mised today’s show, you can catch the replay of my “The Cutting Room Floor” interview with Casey Ryan HERE! The show was a BLAST, and we touched on almost everything I have going on right now from dance, animation, and arts education, to The Artsiders, Butterfly, Fancy,
Here’s an animated short film introduction to one of my favorite characters, Ursula The Uber-Girl. Now, I’ve been working with little toddler Ursula for more than twelve years, and she’s gone through a number of incarnations, from 2D, to 3D and back again, but she’s always been extremely dear to my heart, and its