Various projects

The Wall at Fabrik Projects Gallery

Mural installed September, 2018, Fabrik Projects Gallery, Los Angeles


Fabulosus Fabularisa monument to inventive mythology

Installation at The Palm Springs Fine Art Fair, Palm Springs Convention Center


The Paradise Circus 2015

Installation at the LA Art Show, Los Angeles Convention Center


The Paradise Circus 2013

Solo show at Gallery 825, Los Angeles

The Mission Street Scroll  was a passion project for me. Inspired by Ed Rusha’s  All The Buildings On The Sunset Strip , I walked one mile in each direction on Mission Street in South Pasadena, with camera in hand. Starting at my own studio on Mission (above), I walked through the middle of town stopping every 15 steps or so to photograph the scene in front of me. Back in the studio, I slowly hand-composited all the images together, which was tricky, sometimes leading me to use near-Cubist rendering techniques for buildings, streets and cars. The project took about two months. The result was a 36’ long print depicting one mile of Mission Street in South Pasadena for a celebration of the city’s 125th anniversary in 2013. I made the print available at two public gatherings so that the local town folk, who knew that street and all its haunts, could share their memories yearbook style directly onto the print. It was placed into a time capsule to be opened in 2088, on the 200th anniversary of the founding of the city.

The Mission Street Scroll was a passion project for me. Inspired by Ed Rusha’s All The Buildings On The Sunset Strip, I walked one mile in each direction on Mission Street in South Pasadena, with camera in hand. Starting at my own studio on Mission (above), I walked through the middle of town stopping every 15 steps or so to photograph the scene in front of me. Back in the studio, I slowly hand-composited all the images together, which was tricky, sometimes leading me to use near-Cubist rendering techniques for buildings, streets and cars. The project took about two months. The result was a 36’ long print depicting one mile of Mission Street in South Pasadena for a celebration of the city’s 125th anniversary in 2013. I made the print available at two public gatherings so that the local town folk, who knew that street and all its haunts, could share their memories yearbook style directly onto the print. It was placed into a time capsule to be opened in 2088, on the 200th anniversary of the founding of the city.