Saturday, April 08, 2006


This past week has pretty much sucked. A fucking emotional roller coaster. Thinking I can handle things i can't. Pure shit. But at least school is going well. I'm including a somewhat incredible image of a bike I found while researching my alias project. Enjoy.

Wednesday, March 29, 2006



Spring break came and went. It was ok. I got very sick and was unable to go on any good bike rides...very sad. So here I am back at school trying to take care of a million things at once: Timbuk2 project, stitching together my alias model, dmr assignments, m&m. The picture this week is of a poster I made for the talk my brother is going to be giving here in 2 weeks. Oh, yeah, and I'm giving up coffee as I it seems to increase the frequency of my panic attacks...

Monday, March 13, 2006


so I'm in the lab bothering sam while she does research for dmr and i I thought this would be agreat time to post something. And here it is: This incredible image was found on the internet. I have no idea what it means. It doesn't make me care either.
It just exists in a very obtuse way.

Sunday, March 12, 2006





Hey, dorks, sorry it has been so long since my last blog entry. School kind of raped my soul with work this week. I had to stay up 36 hours straight and then give 10 individual presentations to 10 important people. Fuck. That is tiring. So I'm not really sure how my pictures will be layed out with this site, so I'll just tell you about them any old way...
First off, That's me on my new bike. Bianchi brava. I've only gotten to do two fun rides on it so far but it was totally worth the money.I love it. It's fast and it's bianchi green. Sexy.
Next there's a pic of some puppies. I am currently house sitting the brown one. His name is jackson and we've been friends since he was just a pup. He's half weiner dog and half ridgeback. Apparently all his bros had ridiculously short legs.
That pic where I'm bathed in artificial light-I'm modeling my latest project. I'd tell you more about it but I am too fucking sick of it to say any more. Oh, and that last pic is of my roomie, Mary, modeling the Healthbuddy. Unfortunately I think those sexy gams in that bright red spandex take away from my product:)
As for my smoking, it's been 3.5 weeks. I slipped and had 3 cigs while drunk and tired after my presentation the other night, but I'm back on track.

Thursday, March 02, 2006


This is Smurfette. Apparently her smurf itches.



I has been 2.5 weeks since I quit smoking and i'm still going strong. Unfortunately my caffeine intake has increased damatically, but i suppose that's better than tar and methane. School is heating up...I won't be sleeping for the next week. Times like this are when I miss my dog the most. You can see him here in his French rain coat (this is not a normal accessory for him, although he does where a fleece coat sometimes...it gets really cold in Montana...)I could really use some warm puppy happiness right now.
The other picture I have posted is a thouroughly amazing pencil drawing of Owen Wilson I found on the web. I think this is what Owen would look like if he had eyes like Brenda from 90210.

Tuesday, February 21, 2006


So, it's time to come clean. This Gumby thing-it's just not gonna work. Not to go Sherman's March on you, but Gumby is just too time consuming and I'm more interested in writing other stuff. Such as, I'm buying a new bike. A Bianchi Brava-I'm rediculously happy about this so I am including a photo. I'd also like to write about the fact that I just quit smoking. Sometimes it makes me want to scratch out my eyes when I can't smoke (well, not that bad...) but I'm keepin' it up. So stay tuned and maybe you'll see some posts from my rides and the rest of my life...

Tuesday, January 31, 2006


The Gumby Project began two years ago during my first winter in San Francisco. My brother had given me a six foot tall inflatable Gumby and I was unsure of how to utilize such an incredible gift. It just so happened that my good friend Mary visited SF from Montana the week I received Gumby. We took that week to travel around SF with Gumby in tow. Mary and I snapped photos of him in every place we went- eating dim sum in the richmond, performing CPR on him at 19th and Judah, and enjoying the San Francisco lifestyle.
I've always wanted to continue this project. I feel that it has incredible comic possibilities. With help from my friends, especially Mary (who has recently relocated to SF), I intend to realize the comic capabilities of a six foot tall Gumby and the city of San Francisco.