We made a promo video for Brandon Bird’s Astonishing World of Art activity book! Coming this fall from Chronicle. Check it out. 

Starring the beautiful Kate Micucci. Directed by Joel Fox and Julia Vickerman, shot by Joel Fox and Scott Schultz, edited by Kelsy Abbott, music by Jarond Gibbs, sound design by Adam Deibert.

Brandon Bird is rad and made a rad book, I encourage you to support him in his artistic endeavors. 

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Had a bunch of rad chicks over to my place last night to make crap and stick it on our heads. Thanks to Kate Freund, Lindsay Ames, Alana Gospodnetich, Erin Pearce, Mandy Sydelle, Cat Solen, Michelle Zamora, Kelsy Abbott, Estee Castillo, Kali Fontecchio, Shad Petosky, Julia Prescott and April Toledo for being inspiring and hot and weird. #bitchesbecraftin

The Channy Awards was one of the first things I went to in LA back in 2007 and they’ve been consistently fun and touching every year since. Come celebrate a community of brilliant filmmakers who hate making $$$. Poster by me. 
December 8th, Doors 6:30 - Show 8pm, The Downtown Independent, 251 S Main St, Los Angeles CA
RSVP channies2012reservations@gmail.com

The Channy Awards was one of the first things I went to in LA back in 2007 and they’ve been consistently fun and touching every year since. Come celebrate a community of brilliant filmmakers who hate making $$$. Poster by me. 

December 8th, Doors 6:30 - Show 8pm, The Downtown Independent, 251 S Main St, Los Angeles CA

RSVP channies2012reservations@gmail.com

The Pete & Pete reunion last night at the Orpheum was a very loud reminder to appreciate living in this city. What a great fucking night. Could not help getting shamefully emotional as Polaris performed songs over clips from the show (especially “Everywhere” - are you kidding me?). Kelsy and I getting to meet Toby Huss and the two “Petes” was also pretty boner-inducing.

Fantastic to be among like-minded people all honoring this low budget children’s show on Nickelodeon, not celebrated too much by the network but violently adored by its fans for years following its premature removal from the air waves. Can’t help but compare it to a certain low-budget preschool show facing a similar fate. But damn we would be in good company!