why you do it

Many, many artists of many disciplines worked on this party. Check out this incredible stage. All that woodwork is painted, hand cut. Unfortunately, unlike our work, it won't survive the party. It got hacked apart Sunday morning.
Our costumes will continue to be used for years to come. I'm glad. They're comfy and cool.

Brandon really took me to task on why I worked so hard for so little on what was essentially a vanity project. A birthday party for a billionaire.

He is playing a lot of covers with his band lately, some songs he hates. But the practice is good.

Experience is always good, as long as you make sure you're always learning. Don't you think?

Besides, you never know when you're going to have an opportunity to be influenced by something that takes your entire aesthetic to a new level.

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