Here are some pictures from my work, some recent, most from a while back.
Furthering it’s reputation as the center of dance and theatre in the Valley, the ACME Comedy theatre is opening a new location here in NoHo.
A face from the past pops up on Lankershim Blvd, bearing espresso.
So, this is the first national commercial I’ve done in, maybe, twenty-years.
Here are pictures from our vacation trip to Northern California.
Transforming your commute into a spiritual practice.
To get rid of stress in your life, get rid of the future.
I’ve been going to Papa George’s Hy Mart Sandwiches for as long as I have lived in North Hollywood.
Mullholland Drive, Sunday morning.
From the ABC series, “Private Practice”.
Pictures from this year’s Burning Man festival.
“Is that your jet blocking my driveway.”
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North Hollywood Red Line Station.
Here’s the Skinny…Legs!
“Use Crosswalk”. Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywoood, night.
The NoHo Gateway sculpture at night.
Jose’ and Zeth at Halloween 2008.
At Clifton’s Cafeteria, someone left a light on. For 77 years.
Dina, a happy bulldog in the park.
“Down by the River”. Two happy friends by a river.
Pandora & Plump. Mourn by dancing. Grieve by playing.
Celebrating John Pedone, builder and Burner, brother and Misfit.
Night photos of North Hollywood.
Pictures from a new pilot from Frank Darabont.
Laura and the Super moon over Malibu.
“Pierre de Wissant, Nude” by Auguste Rodin.
A decade of Burning Man in pictures.
“Burner: Tales from the Playa” my one-man show about Burning Man.
They’re a match made in…somewhere.
A birthday present for my lovely wife, Laura Diamond.
“Lobster”, AARP full-page magazine ad.
Where Occupy shops…
This is a video from my second year at Burning Man with Camp Homeslice.
Traci Bingham is into cops!
Another blast from the past, my appearance on the MTV Half-Hour Comedy Hour.
Warning, prolonged exposure to my suit and tie my cause retinal damage.
This is a clip from a TV series that I was a regular on…until this scene.
Video: In 2003, Camp Homeslice decided to build a gift for the Burning Man community.
One of the features of Burning Man that has remained over all of these years is Thunderdome, which is a smaller, slightly safer version of the Thunderdome from the Mad Max movie.
With Charlie Sheen and Brenda Bakke. I took a picture so that it would last longer.
Video: The art, the people and the rooftop.
Video: Osseus Labyrint is the performance art duo of Hannah Sim and Mark Stiger.
Anah Reichenbach, aka, “Hoopalicious”, is one of the premiere hoop dancers in the country.
Video: An interview with James Morrison, yoga instructor and star of the hit show, “24”.
Video: Many of my friends are fire performers, so every once in a while, we get together and spin fire for fun.
Here’s a video of Lily spinning her fire hoop a year after she got it.
The “Eleven Eleven” fire sculpture from Burning Man 2011.
2002 was my first year at Burning Man.
After seven years of camping with large, organized camps, in 2008, I decided to dial it down a notch. How casual was our camp? It was just called “That Camp”.
Video : In 2001, I participated in my third California AIDS Ride.
Proving that I’m finally old enough to play the role I was born to play…a security guard.
A guest shot on “True Jackson, V.P.”
A Japanese antacid commercial. “No wonder it’s Ace!”
From the episode, “Mad Without You”
From the episode, “The Pie”. Most memorable quote: “Poppy was a little bit sloppy.”
An indy film about two people who fall in love, then start killing people for their blue jeans.
Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. A.K.A., “The one with the whales.”
My first feature film. With Jeff Bridges, Karen Allen and Charles Martin Smith.
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