This weekend I joined more than 400 others and rode my bicycle naked through the streets of Los Angeles for World Naked Bike Ride Los Angeles 2015. Not everybody was naked, and some went with roller skates and skateboards instead of bicycles, but we rolled through downtown, Chinatown, Lincoln Heights, rode along the LA River, passed the Silverlake reservoir and Echo Park. I was told it was a total of about 19 miles and the weather was perfectly cool side for most of it. I made a little video out of some of the Snapchats I sent while riding. Why not join us next year?
Honored to have been invited back to perform at Solstice at the Cleveland Museum of Art. It’s a truly amazing event on every level. Photos by David Brichford.
I never would’ve imagined I’d ever have the opportunity to see and hear Rome live, so the fact Jérôme Reuter made his way from Luxembourg to a small club in Glendale, and that Roman and I were there to witness it all, it felt rather miraculous. I have been such a huge fan for years and opening act Daemonia Nymphe from Greece made the night even sweeter too.
Delighted to have spent the late night dancing to the wondrous sounds of Dubtribe Sound System again, at an underground warehouse event downtown no less. Great seeing my friend Sunshine Jones do his thing with Moonbeam again too. Brought back some really wonderful times.
The Escondite is a hidden gem in Skid Rowkyo where you can catch live music, but if you’re not counting calories drop by to eat. While I didn’t go for the Fat Albert Burger, topped with maple syrup and served on a doughnut, I did go for the Don Ho (Provolone, canadian bacon, pineapple ring, fresh jalapenos, & special teriyaki sauce) and some pickle chips. Delicious!
Dawn Of Man catches a quick snooze in the city that never sleeps. Part of an ongoing series of site-specific video installation work, utilizing the latest in projection napping technology. Music by Cloud Instrumentals.