My interview with artist Gary Pullin about the new INNSMOUTH project is featured in this month’s issue of Rue Morgue Magazine – on stands now!
Only 1 Week remains to contribute and become a part of my new INNSMOUTH project on Kickstarter!
This project is based on H.P. Lovecraft’s classic story The Shadow Over Innsmouth and stars the great Doug Jones (Hellboy, Pan’s Labyrinth)!
The photo will also feature SPFX by J. Anthony Kosar!
Earn amazing rewards like signed prints, unique prop collectibles, and original masks and maquettes!
With your help, this will be my biggest photo ever! Can’t afford to contribute? You can still help by telling everyone your know. Every gesture, no matter how small, is deeply appreciated! This photo is going to be great!
A large exhibit of my photographs will be on display as part of the Horror Festival in Brussels, Belgium at the De Warande!
The show runs from Jan. 29 – Feb. 2
My short film BLACK LULLABY is being released online for Black Friday! Anyone, anywhere can now watch it on my new ProVimeo site – BlackLullaby.com – where you can ‘rent’ a viewing or even download a copy to own. Check it out and tell your friends!
There is a nice article about my work in this month’s issue of Scream Magazine, the UK’s number one Horror magazine!
My short film BLACK LULLABY will be screening at the opening of the 4th Annual MALEFICIUM Dark Art Exhibit at the Kosart Gallery in Chicago.
This fantastic art show is curated by frequent collaborator J. Anthony Kosar – who created the incredible Boogeyman for my film!
My short film BLACK LULLABY will be screening at the Horrible Imaginings Film Festival in San Diego!
My photograph made the cover of The Art of The Living Dead Dolls book! This book is an artistic homage to the record-breaking doll line, and contains over 100 images from more than 80 contributing artists.
Congratulations to Living Dead Dolls on their 16th anniversary!
There is an article in this month’s issue of Fangoria Magazine about my short film BLACK LULLABY and my recent MONSTER PROM project!
Thank you to writer Jessie Robbins and Editor-in-Chief Chris Alexander for your continuing support!
The very first screening of my short Horror film BLACK LULLABY will take place on Friday June 27th in my hometown of Kansas City at the Screenland Armour Theater. It will be followed by Night Of The Living Dead! This one-night event will include a Q&A with me and my cast. Tickets are $13 and include a signed original print!
Hope to see you there!