Vacation Break: West Coast to East Coast and Back again

Don't forget about me! I promise there will be tons of posts when I return. I'm on a coastal vacation tour. I started out in Vegas where I was helping my friend Ellen work a fashion trade show for her line DUSEN DUSEN. Then I took what seemed to be the longest flight ever to New York. I stayed just long enough to see Ellen and Will's new apartment and after not sleeping for two days I promptly hopped on a bus and headed up to Nantucket. WHOA! It rained for the first half of the week but now it's awesome and sunny. Sadly, I leave tomorrow and head back to the West Coast for the San Diego love. It's all good because I will be joining my boo Matthew and the vacation will continue.


Radio Lab and NPR presents WORDS

My boyfriend, Matthew showed me the new Will Hoffman and Daniel Mercadante's video tonight and it's just what a needed. This stunning visual film hits all the right notes. The movie was made to accompanies Radiolab's Words episode. If you like this video than you should check out their other film Moments , which celebrates life, inspired by David Eagleman's book, Sum.



My Friend Ellen Van Dusen, of Dusen Dusen was asked to do a feature for MTV's The How To Show which is a series of short videos sponsored by Fanta. She demonstrates how to take two old shirts and turn them into a MTV bikini on the piers of Coney Island. I hope everyone enjoys this hilarious and maybe helpful video.



Boozefox, an Austin based art collective is having an epic art show at the Lawndale Art Center in Houston. "Math of the Afterwrath", is a must see show that opens August 20th and will be up until Septemeber 24th. Boozefox is known for doing large scale interactive installation using mostly found materials. The group consists of several Austin artists: Drew Liverman, Jules Buck Jones, Scott Eastwood, and Michael Phalan.

August 20, 2010
Opening Reception 6:30-8:30
4912 Main Street
Houston, TX


Americanarama: Commemorating the Golden Spike

Monofonus had this year's 4th of July party which included an inflatable slip n' slide, BBQ potluck, and live music (Yellow Fever, Stormshelter, David Israel, Tiny James, and Ralph White). It's only taken me a month to get these photographs up on the blog. My apologies for the lateness.

Red White and Blue Pride, Austin, 2010

Yellow Fever, Austin, 2010

Diana and Harvey, Austin, 2010

Fatty Natty, Austin, 2010

Philip and Andrew, DC, 2010