This site was originally intended to focus solely on my music: instrumental, vocal, acoustic, as well as public performances.
But you know how it goes … I got obsessed with iPhone photography about four years ago and, in late 2009, launched the P1xels—The Art of the iPhone website and began doing gallery shows and all of that, so of course I started posting pictures here—See the Gallery section.
And you can BUY many of them here in beautiful signed, limited editions on archival paper.
I’ve just posted two recent single releases, Stephanie In The Morning & Maia Dream 817: Koi Flashing. Please enjoy them and then buy them!
I’m thinking about posting songs from the past and writing about them. The thought of using social media to promote my music fills me with dread. Those who can, do, those who can’t, tweet.
Please stay a while and look around, or listen, or read.
You can click on the (read more) for more rambling discourse.
In early 2011, a relationship ended and I didn’t know what to do, except to keep busy, so I started to make daily audio podcasts which you can find here on the site. Another distraction. But they helped me get through the rest of the year, which, combined with the collapse of a project I had been working on for a year and a half, thanks to a Twitter lynch mob, was perhaps the third worst year of my life. You know what they say: “It’s a great life if you don’t weaken.”
I had a lot of writing from Sun Pop Blue, another website that was supposed to be about my music, but I ended up writing in it all the time, so I am slowly importing articles from there, ones that weren’t too terribly timely anyway.
Then I got obsessed with doing a comic strip for a awhile, The Most Beautiful Day In The History Of The World.
And now I am in the middle of launching an absolutely amazing magazine for iPad on iPhone photography, named iPhotographer Magazine. Our sample issue will be available for free very soon.
So yes, trying to refocus on this site a bit. Going to begin promoting my music and my own art. As much as artists hate to do it, promotion is unfortunately part of the job.
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