Web | Video | Anims

2009 Recollecting Adams
A 15-part web-based animation series. Supported by Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and part of “Networked Realities: (Re)Connecting the Adamses” – a collaboration between Greylock Arts, Turbulence.org and MCLA Gallery51. More info…

2006 The Saddest Thing I Own
A web-based repository of just that — the saddest things people own. What are these sad things? “The Saddest Thing I Own” received over 100,000 visitors within its first 48 hours and received hundreds of submissions. More info…

2006 People Make a Mess (When They Go)
A morbid little claymation animation about the mess people leave behind. Special thanks to Matthew Belanger. More info / watch …

2003-2006 When I Was Three
A series of animated childhood memories that ran as a monthly series that run 2002-2006. More info…

2005-2006 716: A Web Comic When my apartment began to be routinely destroyed by a neighbor I began writing it all down. 716comic is the tale of a typical and insane New York City apartment building. More info…

2006 For Real
Comics artist extraordinaire Tracy White began a  a webcomic documentary about immigrant lives in NYC and asked me collaborate on the interviews and comics. More info…

2008-2010 – Bookfomercials
Authors Howard Mittelmark and Sandra Newman approached me to make an animated bookfomercial for their book “How Not To Write A Novel”.  Read more…

2005-2007 Animated music videos
From 2005-2008 I made a series of animated music videos for two amazing singer songwriters: MaryKate O’Neil and Lianne Smith.  More info…

2006 Comicable
Comicable, or The Never Ending Break Up Make Up Comic Book Generator” (also known as NEBUMUCBG) was a flash-based comic book generator made in collaboration with Dan O’Sullivan. More info…

2006 Lynn Valley
A video collaboration of Anita Perr, Marianne R. Petit, Alex Truesdell and Lynn Valley. More info…

2006 STEPS to End Family Violence
A promotional/documentary video for the landmark organization STEPS to End Family Violence, in collaboration with Joyce Klemperer. More info…