Food Network Celebrity Chef, Adam Gertler, can put his leg behind his head without even warming up. Obviously this man has talent! He also makes sausages… delicious sausages… delicious MEAT sausages, which despite my 2 week vegetarian kick I could not say ‘no’ too and am glad I didn’t. This thing, I believe it was the Uber Kase, was possibly the best sausage I’ve ever eaten. Here’s his website where you can order them and see my photos: http://adamgertler.com/gertlerswurst/ . You can also find them at ‘Pop-Up’s’ around Los Angeles where he and his brother are raising capital to get their restaurant started. Next Pop-Up is on Sunday, July 8th in Manhattan Beach. You can see the menu and get your tickets here: http://shadehotel.eventbrite.com/
I am proud to announce that the 2nd episode of Planet Davin (a show I created and directed) is finally online!!! Planet Davin is a show hosted by Davin Givhan that features a cat, an artist and a musical guest. His co-host is Bryan Kertenian. Get to know musical guest Kim Talon this week!
Two Parts: here is Part One
Two Parts: here is Part Two
Noelle Romano is an actress and voice artist who lives in Los Angeles. She is most well known for her wry humor while bench pressing 30 pounds at the Hollywood YMCA. Here’s the sitcom she’s working on: http://www.indiegogo.com/TWISTed-2
The Scholastic Art Awards have been around for a long time– Andy Warhol, Sylvia Plath, Truman Capote, Richard Avedon, Robert Redford and Joyce Carol Oates were all award recipients. I remember hearing about the awards when I was a student in elementary school, back when the highest form of art to me meant appreciating the the art of illustration in children’s books. That’s when I wanted to be an author and Maurice Sendak, Dr. Suess, and other sadly forgotten illustrator/authors combos were my heroes.
I’ll be reliving my childhood on January 25th, 2012 by helping judge the photography and photography portfolio section of the these infamous awards. Excited to be a part!
Time Out Chicago commissioned me to do a “simple portrait” of “The Man Who Wants You to Eat Insects,” Matthew Krisiloff. Here’s a link to the article: http://timeoutchicago.com/arts-culture/14953261/the-man-who-wants-you-to-eat-insects