Endangered Species No.3: Tsunami


Acrylic on canvas, 14″ x 14″

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Acrylic and mixed media on canvas

My painting on Election Day 2016. The model’s name: Dawn. What a hopeful coincidence.


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Portrait of Evie


Acrylic on canvas, 10’x8′

Custom order of your pet now available in my Etsy store🙂

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I’m trying out something new. This is a painted page of a comic that I recently wrote in a comic course.

acrylic on canvas, 18″ x 24″

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Autumn leaves


There’s so much beauty in this season.

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Download PDF — Post-Cinema: Theorizing 21st-Century Film



I am pleased to announce that Post-Cinema: Theorizing 21st-Century Film, which I co-edited with Julia Leyda, is now available for download in PDF format.

The open-access book, which has been available in an online HTML version since earlier this year, weighs in at a whopping 990 pages (!) and can now be downloaded for offline reading in two versions (9mb or a higher-quality 13mb version).

There are also two new endorsements for the book. First, from Tanya Horeck at Anglia Ruskin University:

Post-Cinema: Theorizing 21st-Century Film is an intellectually exciting and important book. Editors Shane Denson and Julia Leyda have assembled an extraordinary range of notable contributors with the aim to open up a critical conversation on the very notion of the post-cinematic – something they achieve in a most novel and engaging way. Through essays and roundtable discussions, Post-Cinema formulates fresh and nuanced questions about the consumption and spectatorship…

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