Finished my draft of "Out of Tune", a short screenplay about a young troubled musician who meets a dying blues-man while serving probation at a hospice. It was for a class, so please DO:
Download it, read it, let me know what you think. 
(Available under SAMPLES (Scripts, etc.) )
Moving forward sometimes is a little tough, we all know. However, when momentum kicks in, it's absolutely great- like riding a bike by yourself that first time.

I am lucky that I have creative friends and a significant other who support my 'unique' way of going about things. I'm a tad backwards and slow to learn lessons, but when all's said and done, I like how things are turning out.

News? Well, Paul Waters (Brown Elephant Creative) and I are working on a pitch for a reality show. More details on that to come.

As for music, I've been learning a bit more ukelele. Yep, the uke. In my head, I hear an EP perhaps, laden with ukelele, and muted trumpets. In the past, I've been fascinated with lush echoes and delays, but here I'm thinking more intimate and focused... We'll see what happens.

And as always- if you have a project you're working on, or considering working on, let me know if you'd like a helping hand.

Your pal,


“God sells us all things at the price of
~Leonardo da Vinci

I saw this quote by da Vinci a couple days ago, and it stuck with me... I was suprised I had never heard it before; it's one of those you'd think you know, you know?
Well, I took some time today (have the day off) to commence work on this website, this blog, this... whatever it is, or will be.
I have high hopes. I've needed to do this for a while... I used to keep journals (man-diaries) when I was younger, but somehow I got out of the habit.
Not that I consider this a diary. It could be on some days, I suppose, but that's not my goal.
My intent is to consolidate several longings of mine into one place.
I honestly want to do a podcast, for one-- that could be interesting, no?
I sometimes take pictures of people who park in FIRE ZONES too... in my spare time, of course. It infuriates me to no end to watch people do that. I thought maybe a site like 'People of WalMart', but for firezone violators might be fun. Maybe dangerous...
Keep your eye open for new developments.

Your front desk clerk,