Here’s the teaser for a video I’m making that documents the interaction between three composers and two performers in a sort of experiment in collaboration.
I was looking through old files and found these:
This is the painting inspired by a dream that birthed the name Takahashi’s Shellfish Concern. I painted it in 2006. I immediately gave it to Raul Takahashi to make amends for whatever it was I did that caused him to unleash that nightmare on me.
Over these past few days I filmed the improv sets of Linda Jankowska, first, and Rodrigo Constanzo’s, second, as inspired by the video I made for Linda as well as the sounds she got out of her set up.
I used a 50mm lens, a shoulder rig, and DMX lights which I manipulated/obfuscated during their performances. Here they are.
Linda Jankowska: Snare-Feedback-String Pattern
Rodrigo Constanzo: Everything. Everything Once. Once (three in an ongoing series)
If you’d like me to apply myself to a project you’re working on just email me so we can discuss what you want, compensation, and timelines. Here are some of the album package designs/concepts I’ve created for some very talented musicians in the past.
If you want to buy any of these albums directly from the artists just click their link above the image. Most recent first.
Silence Blossoms – Lady White single
ink drawing on paper
printed as 6″x 8″ 400gsm postcards
Amp/Al from Richard Craig
Linocut prints, clay, and ink
album concept and execution
Here’s a mention of it in an interview Richard gave in the Glasgow Herald (a little shout out in the last paragraph)
Anton Hunter Trio
Silence Blossoms – Live In Sweden
House paint, ink and conte on canvas
album wrap-around & tape face
Here’s a little movie I made for the pop music course at the Royal Northern College of Music.
Also did, this short interview of Lê Quan Ninh:
Click on the image to zoom in. I go in deep with this one.
Owned by able and honest violinist, Linda Jankowska
Another Sam’s Basement that I shot. This one is about Simon Prince. Also–and you can’t see this from the angles which I shot this at–but there is a Richard Craig standing in the corner silently judging as Scots are wont to do. There are a lot of flutists in my life. What does that mean?
Testing out some new pens!