Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Monday, August 25, 2008


Here I come!

Please note I will be out of the office from August 29th til the morning of September 9th. Please direct all inquiries to my assistant Holiday Lopez, who will be fielding all urgent calls and emails.

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Thursday, August 14, 2008

"Falling In Love..." @ MIX LA Summer Picnic


The first annual MIXLA, Queer Experimental Film and Art Festival scheduled to take flight in the Spring of 2009 is beginning with a
Summer Picnic Party.

Date: August 16th, 2008
Time: 7:00pm to 12am
Place: The Los Angeles State Historic Park a.k.a. Not a Cornfield.
1745 North Spring Street #4 Los Angeles, CA 90012

Everyone is welcome to this Queer Picnic. Audiences are invited to attend an evening that includes live performances, outdoor screenings of a diverse range of short experimental film, raffles and more. Folks are encouraged to bring their own blankets, food and beverages as well as a suggested (albeit optional) donation of whatever they can afford. Regardless of ability to donate, no one will be turned away.

Hosted by queer hip hop artist, Deadlee and local artist Xochitl Brown. The schedule includes performances by artists Ian Mackinnon, The MOVEMENT movement (featuring Mecca Vazie Andrews), Cucci and select recent film and video work by Erica Cho, Matt Johnstone, Sean M Johnson, EMR, Chris Vargas and Greg Youmans, Patrick Stephenson, Paula Cronin & Juliana Snapper.

For more info please see www.mixla.org or contact irina@mixla.org

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Saturday, August 9, 2008

K8 Hardy is an artist

These interviews are hilarious, some of the comments on the website are too vicious. People on the internet play too mean sometimes.

Friday, August 8, 2008

I went to LA

Last weekend, and it was a perfect whirlwind trip. I got to spend the right amount of time with the right amount of people, got to hike 7.5 miles with a 1,700 elevation gain with my Mother, got to have my life flashed before me in Becky's teenage driving car, got to help celebrate my grandparents 46 year anniversary of living in their Pacoima house (purchased for $13,000 in 1962, 3 years after Richie Valens died-which of course, devastated his proud neighborhood). Now, I'm back and ready to harvest honey and soak in natural warm pools of water.