Review: The Accidental Gentrifist Looks at the Really White Vigilante

Reprinted from the Austinist, a noble experiment in documenting a city and its social stratas that ended a couple years ago.  I met lots of people who sweated and worked hard to make the website interesting, fun and provocative, and Benjamin Reed‘s 2007 review of my satirical comic book started a long friendship: DECEMBER 17, 2007 The Accidental…

Art in Context: the EAST tour

During the 2013 East Austin Studio Tour, I was interviewed by KLRU for their Art In Context program.  I was asked about a variety of subjects during the hour long process, all done while I was working on my large commission of the Last Supper and greeting visitors into my studio during the busy tour.  It was…

An Interview with Wade Beesley

Wade Beesley interview originally posted in January, 2006 Wade was one of the first members of Austin’s art community I met when I moved here in 2002.  Wade has made an indelible mark in Austin’s art scene.  Wade owned and operated Mojo’s Daily Grind for ten years.  While serving coffee and beer, Wade was personally…

An Interview with Shea Little

Shea Little Shea is a life long resident of Austin who attended the School of Visual Arts in New York.  While studying design, bookmaking and printing, he began to run in an ever tightening circle with Jana Swec and Joseph Phillips.  Together, they formed the SODALITAS Art Group, working in a collaborative group that churns…