From a singer at nine to playwright at nineteen to performance artist at twenty-nine it's good getting back to performing again in later life.

 

At 22 I directed a significant Aids play by John Roman Baker for the Brighton Fringe Festival in England which received a powerful review in International Plays. Ten years later I was with a creative group in Los Angeles working under the guidance of historic performance artist Rachel Rosenthal. Before that my solo performance Original Blessing, developed in an art residency in hometown San Francisco, took me to the New York fringe festival. And before that I was an actor in Chicago where I worked extensively with Tim Fiori and the avant-garde Blue Rider theatre. I helped found a dance performance company (Same Planet Different World) still active in Chicago twenty years later. Commercially I've done spots for ReWe, Postbank, Miller Beer and Toom Baumarkt. I've had reviews in the LA Times, LA Weekly, Windy City Times, Chicago New City, Tribune, Sun-Times and the New York Village Voice. 

 

Recently in Berlin, next to Nothing Man, I've had a brief quirky cameo in a Karoline Herfurth film and been in three German band music videos - Rammstein Radio, plus the Making Of, Fritz Kalkbrenner Good Things, and a video by rap band K.I.Z.

 

(Ten years ago I was a hand model in London - you can read my interview in the UK Guardian here and see the book by Hoxton Mini-Press here.)

 

What's next . . ?