Weeping Time

Weeping Time, part of the Spatial Dance Scapes at CalPoly Pomona

I contributed to set and prop design for this emotive and personal dance piece by choreographer Gayle Fekete. Please follow the link belowto learn more about this important dance work.


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Weeping Time Spatial Dance Scapes, CalPoly Pomona January 2017

weeping time


Women’s March

Women’s March January 21, 2017 – Los Angeles

Great day to spend with my kids right before my son goes back to college and my daughter prepares for her last semester of High School. It was a wonderful way to channel all the hard feelings of a tRUMP victory and do something positive. The crowds were incredible in size and good spirits. I will be going to the science march scheduled in April…


Womens March

Man with a Past

As a Film Noir aficionado 😉 this article below is one that I’ve enjoyed over the years and would like to share. Written by Peter Bogdanovich from 1964 it is an essay that captures the first wave of Bogart enthusiasts who were looking at his films with an objectivity and appreciation for the first time since his death in 1957. Enjoy!


Alice Cooper’s Love It To Death

Love It To Death, Alice Cooper – 1971

My first record purchase using my own money (pop bottle collection) was “Sugar, Sugar” by the Archies back in 1969. Two or Three years later I bought “I’m Eighteen,” by Alice Cooper and subsequently purchased the album Love It To Death after seeing them perform on “In Concert” on ABC, loved that show! I thought Alice Cooper was creepy and cool like The Creature from the Black Lagoon or Dracula, but Alice had a razor-dark voice that I thought was neat. The lyrics, make-up and theatrical element made me a loyal follower for the next four albums and have retained a soft spot for their music from the 70’s. Love It To Death is still one of my all-time favorites with the whole album full of amazing and at times funny songs, great instrumentals and fond memories. They were progenitors of glam, metal, hard rock-theater. Below is a link to an under-appreciated song, “The Ballad of Dwight Fry” although having been inducted to the RRHOF most AC aficionados and the like are familiar with this song. Watch, listen and then take on the whole album, you will be glad you did!