Jay's going to work on the world.  He's a Political Science major at SJU and splits/stacks wood for the pottery.  As an accomplished composer and percussionist he studies music most of the day via headphones.  He says Minnesota is fine but he sees a lot of the same race problems he saw back in New Jersey.  That's where Poli-Sci comes in...

A few days ago I convinced Jay and a few other humans to spin in an office chair while I took 30-seconds of video.  The resulting videos gave me 360-degree reference images that I could play and pause to rotate.  Such a quick and painless event for a model and a super useful reference for the artist!

Sculpting a portrait is my home field advantage.  I feel like I know what to do when I work a portrait.  That plays into my previous discussions about flow state.  

So good to see my friend Jesse Ellerbroek and his crew today!

So good to see my friend Jesse Ellerbroek and his crew today!