February 24, 2013


Some of my work is featured on the cover, and within the current issue of The Next Web Magazine. This online magazine is a monthly offering created by The Next Web, one of the world's largest online publications that gives an international perspective on news concerning Internet technology, business and culture. In addition to my work being featured, the hazy, cloud backgrounds from my work have been repurposed to create graphic elements, that give colour and flavour to the issue. 

The Next Web Magazine is a free publication that is available in iPhone and iPad versions from iTunes.

This is one of the better, well put together online publications I've had the pleasure of using, and is worth checking out. The current issue, titled Game, has several articles concerning gaming, gamification, and one that poses the question: Is the Gaming Console Dead?

Thanks to the guys at Kuvva and The Next Web for putting this together

February 8, 2013


I have several pieces in the upcoming First Contact exhibit at the Gallery Project gallery in Ann Arbor, Michigan. First Contact is a multimedia exhibit that explores our desires for encounters with alien life forms, our preparedness for them, the events themselves, and their possible consequences.

This is a large group show that features work from 29 artists across numerous different disiplines. Some amazing artists are participating in this exhibit, including H.R. Giger, Mayumi Haryoto, Nicholas Kahn and Richard Selesnick to name a few.

The exhibit runs from February 14th thru March 24th, 2013.
Opening reception is on February 22nd, 6-9pm.

First Contact is curated by Seder Burns, Lecturer of New Media at the University of Toledo.

For more info. visit The Gallery Project.

February 4, 2013


Here are a few pics of latest EK piece. As one of the last images in the series, and as I wind down on this project, I find the images returning to the central theme of this work: to shed old, antiquated ideas and biases, to acquire a new outlook, and to rejuvenate oneself. 

Here our traveller emerges from the construct, shepherding his new experiences and attitudes (represented here as a merkaba), as he discards the protective confines of his helmet (his old self). His journey is far from over, but he moves on inspired, with new ideas and energy.

Higher res. and details at my Flickr.