The End of The Beginnin’

My bud Jim and I curated a show.  We had a bunch of artists come in a show their work and they gave it to us for free, just to name a few featured artists: Andy Warhol, Jackson Pollock, Jim Carrey, George W. Bush (Yeah he paints now), among others.

It was one of the better nights of my life, and I have all those people in the photos and who came to thank for making it one of the best evenings of my young life.  I’ve taken 1000’s of photos over the course of my Marquette career, and while a lot of the photos I’ve taken of the various music endeavors and talented people who let me invade their space, a lot of these photos are some of the more intimate images from my short time on this earth.  I’m not going to include them all here, but I hope you enjoy viewing these and that it may remind you of the people you care about and you tell them how much you care about them.

Thanks to you all for coming here and supporting me through whatever this journey is and where it takes me from here.


Hey, Hi, it’s spring break now, and I’m hoping that everyone has a wonderful week and weekend.  I miss the friends in these photos, and hope you enjoy them because I think they turned out well.  A lot can happen when you use film that isn’t expired.

It was Tim’s 21st. It was my grammas 80th. It was a women’s march.  It was a stuyedeyed Valentines day BDSM fashion show.  It was National Marquette day? It was a beautiful student art gallery. It was two lil’ band shoot thingys. It was neat.


Jim N’ Jess

Went in as men, came out as boys

The Hoops and Rise and Fall of Louis

The title gives more questions than answers…  Who is the mystery man wielding a delicious Schlitz?  Why is Louis sad?  Why is Jack straddling a guitar suggestively sipping a CRISP Tangeuray and Tonic?  There’s plenty of answers to these questions but a true magician never shares his secrets.

I am also making my directorial debut with an amazing and carefully drunken video of Hoops playing “On Letting Go” from their new hit record, Routines. I bought a copy drunk that evening, and it was one of the best decisions of my life.  I’ve never been happier.  I even got an 8-pack of abs and it cured my gout.

(H)oops band

These boys are tight, their music is tight, and these photos are subject to your opinion

At the bottom, I linked their album.  It’s worth your time. I bought it and so should you!