“all over but to cry” wins an emmy

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All Over But to Cry,” director Jennifer John Block’s film — produced in conjunction with cinematographer Jake Springfield (and for which i did 2d/3d animation and motion-tracking)– was recently awarded a regional Emmy Award at the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences 34th annual Suncoast Emmy awards gala in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

It also won a 2010 Humanities Documentary Film of the Year from the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, as well as Best Documentary Feature at the 2010 Cinema on the Bayou Film Festival in Lafayette,

congrats to all.

Recycled news for the dustbin of history

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SuperMega Rampage will be a show in the Newcomb Gallery at Tulane University, opening soon…

One of my large vinyl peices will be in the fundraising auction for LA Artworks. Bid early, adn bid often to support this new art organization in new orleans.

I was recently awarded a media arts fellowship by the lousiana department of the arts

Just finished the graphics on Cruisin’ for love with Kym Whitley which will air on TVone after the democratic national convention.

You can see my work now at the southernartistry registry.

my video arcade game “You WIn!” was part of “Rental Work!” a performance by Stephen Collier and Jonathan Traviesa at The Good Children Gallery on St.Claude Ave in the ninth ward of New Orleans.

I was on a panel at Louisiana Artworks on Tuesday, May 27th about Digital Media called the Digital Front. Other folks on the panel are Madeleine Molyneaux, Les Leveque, Kevin Jones, and Mel Chin.

My stint as visiting Professor of Digital Art at the University of New Orleans is up. A long visit, but a good one.

My solo show, “You Win!,” was one of the critic’s picks on artforum.com. It also had a great review in the Gambit.

Jan 2008 – Several pieces were in a show at Wagner Sousa Modern Art in Galveston, Texas, with Shawn Hall, Tim Halley, and Robert Vicknir.

ReSpore was completely rewritten for the new flash player. it is more responsive and faster.

ReSpore was in “DesCours” at 1001 Canal St near Burgundy in New Orleans.

Boom is in Independent Exposure 2007, check the link for screenings.

Some of my work was in the show Second Line at Ad-Hoc Art in Brooklyn, NY in Spetember.

Floating was part of a video screening at Hallwalls in Buffalo, New York. August 25. – New Orleans Parallax

Boom screened at NOVA in new orleans