Friday, April 27, 2012

My Two Web Shows

In addition to my duties at the Pedal Powered Talk Show I also host a show on YouTube's DIGS Channel called Extreme Craft Challenge. In each episode I challenge two artists to make a unique craft with some unusual ingredients. In the past few weeks we've made celebrity portraits out of macaroni and killer robots out of old electronics:


In between releasing full fledged episodes I also post some short videos online and in the latest one I made a not-so-casual mention of my favorite pedal-powered-project:


Yes, I may have other web shows but you know where my allegiances lie.

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

A Recap of Our Live Event at the Mission

On a Wednesday evening in March we pedaled into the Mission Theater in NW Portland for a night of conversations with independent filmmakers, animators, and artists. We watched hilarious and moving clips, music videos, and short films and it was a pretty wonderful evening. Here's a little of what you missed:

 

Special thanks to the Oregon Jewish Museum and the Jewish Federation of Greater Portland for putting the event together. And thanks to Daniel Stark (of Daniel Stark Photography) for filming!

Monday, April 9, 2012

A Photo Wrap-Up from Our Live Show

Our live show at the Bagdad Theater was a pretty action-packed afternoon and, as always, Daniel Stark documented the experience.

I look out at our incredibly handsome audience.

My nephews ask author Jon Raymond a question via my laptop.

Jon Raymond reads from his soon-to-be-released book, Rain Dragon.

The How Long Jug Band performs a tune between guests.

Paul Guinan and Anina Bennett chat about their two books, Boilerplate and Frank Reade.

Paul Guinan and Emi Lenox (of EmiTown fame) duke it out in a high stakes drawing challenge.

Ritah Parrish and Katie O'Grady chat about their film Rid of Me.

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

We made Bicycle Times Magazine!

Check it out! We're mentioned in the latest issue of Bicycle Times Magazine (now available at newsstands):