Sweet tunes.



As a “thank you” for helping me fund my new full length, here is a live music video I shot for “Naive” which will appear on that record. Enjoy!

Naive // Speak Low If You Speak Love


You ruined all my favorite bands; every time I sing along I always see your hands. That perfect skin against my sweaty palms and your face of discontent always made me feel so small.

You abused all my favorite books and I know how you never read half the ones you took. Still all the pages are torn and frayed, memorized the underlined hoping to impress me

But it won’t work - I’m not that naive. No, we won’t work. You just don’t get me.

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Naive // Speak Low If You Speak Love - YouTube

Ryan Graham of Speak Low If You Speak Love reached his Kickstarter goal to fund his album. Take a second and check out his Kickstarter exclusive video for Naive!


Drive-In double feature. Evil Dead & The Call. Holy. @carissapetty




Yes. Yes. And yes.





honestly incredible

And I thought the first was amazing. Consistently impressed.

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He’s my favorite.

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The events of Django Unchained begin in 1858. Dr. King Schultz says he quit dentistry 5 years ago to become a bounty hunter, but it isn’t mentioned why. The obvious answer, however, is that his wife, Paula, left him, and he was so devastated that he took up a profession he would never think about otherwise, the profession that would ultimately lead to his death in 1859. His former wife slowly realizes her mistake in leaving Dr. King, and after 6 years apart, seeks him out, only to find he’s been killed at the hands of Calvin Candie. Devastated, faulting herself, she never remarries, keeping her ex-husbands name, and finally dies, alone, in 1893, when she is buried in the Lonely Grave of Paula Schultz, the same grave Beatrix Kiddo will escape from more than 100 years later.

what the living hell

dammit Quentin


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“The Americans Ad Concept Sketches” by Sam Spratt

FX approached me a few months back to develop some early conceptual advertising sketches and art direction for them to promote their new show about KGB agents living undercover in the US during the Cold War, “The Americans”. While I have design documents filled with dozens of sketches, color treatments, and mockups, these are two of the directions we considered going in early on. The more graphic/screen-print-esque approach with the close-up was a first for me. It was amazing to work with Todd Heughens and Frank Okenfels III to shoot reference of the stars — Keri Russell is amazing. I saw the pilot of the show a ways back and it’s genuinely fantastic, I highly recommend tuning in tonight.

Fantastic every time.

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