The plan was to simply put a fresh coat of white paint on the wall to clean up the graffiti… then we found out that there was still paint lying around from the original artwork. As a result we decided to flow and bring the pattern back to life… :). What started as a simple…

Today, thanks to my wonderful friend Joannie, I had the great pleasure and honor of meeting Dr. Sen Genshitsu, a 15th generation master from the Urasenke tradition of tea at his talk at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. ‘Urasenke’ means the back house of the Sen family/school and has roots from Sen no Rikyu…

My friend and student Ray Silos brought his giant ring (aka a cyr wheel) to my Bagua class one day to share how he applies his (Bagua) training to his profession as a circus performer.  I gotta say that the video really does NOT do his craft justice… What an experience when seen live!  Wow!……

A few weeks before this project I was involved in an accident that totaled my car… it wasn’t my fault… I swear!  I have the police report to prove it. I also have a few staples in my head (sounds worse than it was).  Prior to the accident, Subaru Hawaii commissioned me to do a…

This creative exercise was a chance for my team and I to demonstrate to Hawaii educators that cool effects can be done with simple tools.  The video was created without the use of any special effects programs.  Can you figure out how it was done? If you haven’t already figure it out, here’s how we…

This piece is a collab project that I am most proud to be a part of.  The piece is a collage of murals individually created by each member of the artist group The Barnstormers using elements that could found in our immediate surroundings… grass, leaves, twigs, brooms, rocks, sand, rope, etc.  In some respects, this…

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