My current solo project. First EP 'Face of the Astronaut' available through
CD Baby (under my old band name
'Aaron Hill & The Crimson Guard). Lucky Ghost also has a myspace
Hip-hop group founded in 1995 at Vassar, with former members of Skavoovie
and my blogmate Casimir.
The U.S. Patent Office
Indie trio with Will Carlough
and Jed Livingston, currently on semi-permanent hiatus.
Seven member testosterone-laced supergroup, circa 1999- 2003. Former members
have gone on to form The Bravery,
Dogs of Winter, and star
in C.S.I. Miami. We made a good album called What's
which was once available online, but is now hard to find.
For posterity's sake, here are some tracks from the album, gratis:
Skabba the Hut
The best band in the universe. A band so good that a myspace
page spontaneously arose from the ether long after its disbanding.
Like a fly stuck in amber, it carries the DNA of pure genius so that future
generations can clone these magnificent seven of rock and hear Beer Gogglin'
in all its glory.
A sci-fi comedic short I starred in with Susan
Stewart, Casimir Nozkowski, Will Carlough and Elliot Jokelson. I also
did the music.
A lovely, cryptic piece by Casimir Nozkowski, for which I provided the
score with guitar and voice.
I'm in this short film for like a second.
A film I made in college about an AWOL U.S. soldier roaming the French
countryside in WW II. I don't like to watch this film because my girlfriend
always talks about how thin I was in this movie, and it makes me feel
A movie about consentual peeing in which I play a detective. This film
was made in a week and won a contest.
Bodies & Schnapps
I'm in this film for a second, too. Shot on the same weekend as The Future,
and in the same cave, to boot!
A blog maintained by Casimir Nozkowski
and myself. We try and share the burden. And yes, it is a burden.
Great Western Comics
My personal site, featuring Rounders
(updated weekly) and Best
A culture-magazine-slash-puzzle, whose answer I have not yet figured out,
even though I'm a major contributor. Included is the comic 'Wooden Mirror'
written by Kevin Mcleod, which I illustrate and co-write. A crude description
would be Quantum Leap meets that old Dungeons and Dragons cartoon meets
a fever dream. Issue two is hitting presses now, and Wooden Mirror takes
up 19 pages.
A letter that I
wrote to Bass Player magazine when I was 16 years old that somehow made
it onto the internet and has remained there for years.
A jewish summer camp I went to as a youngster. Developed painful crushes
on many girls there.
Port Jervis High School
We used to put on really good, expensive musicals here, under the tutelage
of Mike and Alvera Pacer.
Developed painful crushes on many girls there.
I won a grant from them some time back to print my comic Best
Western. I wish they would have told us how to sell them,
though. I had boxes of those things sitting around forever.
My father's web site. He's a conductor and a jazz drummer.