Music video recounting the history of The Shaggs, three sisters coerced by their father to form a rock band in 1960s New Hampshire. Their lone album, “Philosophy of the World,” is one of the strangest recordings in the history of rock ‘n’ roll. Pegged to the album’s re-release by Light in the Attic Records. Production assistant: Corey Fogel.
I drew 300 dogs for the video for TMBG's Dial-A-Song, which is about "the kind of dog who when presented with his heart's desire turns his nose away." Animation by David Cowles.
A 17-year-old girl, put up for adoption at birth, finds her biological mother on Facebook. From the New York Times's animated series based on its Modern Love column. Production by Zena Barakat, audio by Ian Chillag.
Opening titles for a Hulu web series about the friendship between a Brooklyn magician and yoga teacher. Directed by Anna Kerrigan.
Introducing Paddle8, a digital portal to the art world.
Prospectors, gunfights, toothbrushes: trailer for Patrick deWitt's hit novel, an absurdist Western noir. For HarperCollins. Music by Nick deWitt.
Announcing the first print anthology by the online arts magazine Triple Canopy. Music by Cleaning Women.
Scenes from an n+1 panel about the phenomenon of the hipster.
Single Sentence Animation for Patrick deWitt's short story "The Bastard."