Death (Bengt Ekerot) - The Seventh Seal.

Acrylic on canvas, 2010.

Quick sketch of my grandfather from his wedding day.

Quick sketch of my grandfather from his wedding day.

Boy, does Big Boss/Snake/Punished Snake look like Snake Plissken when you cartoon him up.

Boy, does Big Boss/Snake/Punished Snake look like Snake Plissken when you cartoon him up.

Co-worker’s caricature of me.

Co-worker’s caricature of me.

Behind the scenes.

Behind the scenes.

Working on a new logo.

Working on a new logo.

Promo image.

Promo image.

A doc made by a former classmate that I was lucky enough to have a small part in the production of and inspired me to work on more film-related projects. 

observationalmode:

    I happened to walk into Haskell’s barber shop on a particularly rough day. I had just turned 31 and it was the kind of day where you can’t shake the idea that you’re life is not where you pictured it to be. We didn’t say much our first meeting, but he gave me a great hair cut, scalp massage, and showed me where my part should really be. It was a quietly restoring experience and he’s been my barber ever since. 
    Haskell C. Ford is 93. He’s been a barber for nearly 70 years and has cut his way through more than 200,000 heads of hair, all without missing a single day’s work. He is my friend. This is a tribute to his kindness and the changes people make in our lives often without them knowing.

Another co-worker portrait. (Jon-O)

Another co-worker portrait. (Jon-O)

Testing out a new set of pencils.

Testing out a new set of pencils.