night was a Birthday party for one of my Uncle's friends, John. So it
was off to the Sunset Room!
is also in a band called "Rach". And they performed that night
to a packed house.
that camera out of my face!"
this look good.
know the band is good when there are women dancing on the tables!
here's one of the cakes. I added the little candle at the bottom. I
like to play with fire.
Uncle Charlie hates Paparazzi, huh?
this is the first shot of us together!
in modern art. I call this one, "Birthday Wishes."
of the other party goers outside in the smoking area.
showing off his SAG card.
remember her name, but I do recall she's from New Orleans.
remember their names.
the guy on the left is my Uncle, and I'm in there somewhere, too, but
I forgot the names of everyone else.
this guy is the reason I can't remember. This is the bartender who kept
giving me shots of straight Bourbon! Yeah, I got a little drunk.
next night I met up with a friend named Alex who works at a place called
Rhythm and Hues. It's a Digital Effects shop that worked on films like
The Little Mermaid, Daredevil, Scooby Doo, X-2, and a whole lot of other
here is a very scary looking piece of Sushi. It was almost the death
of me, but in the end, I was triumphant.
here's me with Alex, with and without glasses. Big thanks to Alex for
showing me where he works, it was awesome!
love California! Even the Hearses are convertibles!
some more photo art of mine, my reflection as photographed in the fender
of a car. I call it, "My Reflection as Photographed in the Fender
of a Car, Self Portrait."
the back, it's hard to tell if it's Ponch or John.
gas station, I noticed something odd on the pump. It took me re-reading
it about three times until I was sure it said what I thought it said!
You know, in New York, a dozen cocks will cost you at least three times
that price!! Of course, a picture this good will probably find its way
around the net at some point, so I decided to add a little Spatcave.com
logo on it just to make sure people know where it originated!
on that note, it was time to head back home to the cold!
thanks to Uncle Charlie for putting up with me and showing me around,
and to Alex again for the tour of his Studio.