Titus Andronicus

“Cherry Tree” Up For Auction, All Proceeds Go to Local Theatre


My incredibly popular piece Cherry Tree that I made as the poster image for EclecticPond Theatre Company’s production of The Cherry Orchard is up for auction in it’s final, beautiful aged state. It’s signed and specially trimmed in a wine/mulberry color instead of my usual black, ready to hang. The trees have been really popular, and I won’t be doing them longer than this summer, so, this is a good chance to help theatre non-profit with goals of bringing affordable theatre to high schools out, and pick up the first painting in the tree series for your own wall. Auction ends June 22nd, and is being handled by eBay. You all know how eBay works by now, right? Good good. So, go get to it. Help theatre. Make your walls prettier. Be the envy of your friends, and of quite a few people you may have never met.

Check the auction page here.

4.48 Psychosis

A few friendly folks I know in the theatre community asked if I could help them out with an image for their Fringe play. I said I could, so yesterday we shot around and I made this facial composite for their poster:



And the original shots before merging:


ETC’s “The Tempest: Adrift In Time” Part 2

See previous post here for additional shots. And see my posts on EclecticPond’s site for the making of the poster and the official live shots (which won’t be reposted here, so, go check those out. They’re awesome.) I believe I promised more Tempest photos would be forthcoming, and today I am delivering on that.

To start, here are some shots of Caliban (with make-up once again by the wizard-like Daniel Klingler of Neck-Up Design.


And then, to compliment the set on ETC’s site (you have loaded that in another tab, right?) here’s some extras and b-side takes from the production shoot, as well as some BTS stuff from myself as well as a few rare ones of me working (thanks Megan my love!)


Photo courtesy Megan Caylor

Photo courtesy Megan Caylor




Photo courtesy Megan Caylor

Photo courtesy Megan Caylor


Photo courtesy Megan Caylor

Photo courtesy Megan Caylor


This was the night’s “derp face” winner