Growing up, I'd spend hours plopped down on the living room floor -- painting, drawing, mini-diorama- sculpture- comic book-making with whatever materials were available. In recent years, I've discovered the joy of combining my lifelong interest in visual art with my love of music. With a very kid-like zeal, I started making videos for my own songs, which soon expanded to making videos for others. These days, I alternate between the living room floor and the kitchen table, but the materials haven't really changed much: cardboard, watercolor, pencil, markers, lined yellow notebook paper, and (sometimes) glitter.  

Below is a sampling of videos I've made for myself and others. If you have a song or other project and you are in need of a video, I'd love to help! Contact me here for more info.

Ink and watercolor lyric video for "Rabbit Hole."

Cardboard, acrylic lyric video for "Off We Go" by Alastair Moock.

Construction paper and marker stop-motion animation for "Remember Me."

Pen and ink stop-motion animation for How to Keep Your Volkswagen Alive by Christopher Boucher (Melville House).

Beans and glue stop-motion animation promo video for "Wichita."

Watercolor album song sampler for The Wishing Hour.