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Sep 09, 2007
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About Me

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I've mostly done work as a pinhole photographer, filmmaker, painter and I've done some acting. I thought it might be fun to do some modeling now. I did a little bit years ago when I was in art school for friends' projects, usually crazy stuff that they couldn't get anyone else to do. I liked that it got me outside myself....I found that I was able to be more creative by doing this kind of thing, because it helped me get past fears, shyness, etc- blocks that could interfere with my own creative process....

I'm more interested in experimental, punk or crazier type stuff, so let me know what you want to do and how I can help you. Also am very interested in collaborations with other models.

Anyone doing old fashioned polaroid, pinhole, Holga or other experimental photography would be of particular interest to me as well.

Also just to mention- I have two tattoos. One is a blue rose on my left upper arm, the other (on my lower right arm) is the Chinese character wu which means nothingness.

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CV and Selected Exhibitions:

1994-1996- College- School of Visual Arts, Film Production

1994-1996- Screenings of short films in the Lower East Side, NYC. frequently at Faceboyz Open Mic, at Surf Reality.

1997-1998- Directs the plays “Hamlet” and “Look Back in Anger”; assistant directs and acts in “Orpheus” at the New Haven Theatre Company.

1999- Begins painting.

2001- Joins Stuckism art movement. Participating artist in “Stuckism Travelling Show” USA.

2002- Participating artist, “The First Stuckist International”, The Stuckism International Centre, London.

2002- Co-founder/curator Stuckism International Center- USA in New Haven, CT. Premieres with international art exhibition entitled “We Just Wanna Show Some Fucking Paintings”.

2002- Participating filmmaker “Stuck Films”, Stuckism International Center- USA, also guest filmmaker/screening/lecture at Otto’s Shrunken Head, NYC.

2003- Participating artist, “Stuck in Wednesbury”, Wednesbury Museum, UK.

2003- Film, “Shooting at the Moon” official selection, New York International Independent Film and Video Festival.

2003- Organizer and participating artist in international anti-war art exhibition “The War on Bush”, Stuckism International Center, USA. Organizer anti-war protest “The Clown Trial of President Bush”, New Haven Federal Courthouse.

2004- Participating artist in “The Stuckists Punk Victorian”, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool Biennial. Show extended by three more months due to popularity.

2005- Initiates the Remodernist Film movement with Harris Smith.

2005- Organizer and participating artist/filmmaker in “Addressing the Shadow and Making Friends with Wild Dogs: Remodernism” CB’s313 Gallery, NYC.

2006- Participating artist “The Triumph of Stuckism” and “Symposium on Stuckism”, John Moores University, 2006 Liverpool Biennial. Final Stuckism show- leaves the movement. Puts Remodernist Film into hibernation.

2007- Contributing pinhole photographer along with Billy Childish, Wolf Howard and others in the book “Dark Chamber Vol. 1” published by Urban Fox Press, UK.

2008- Publishes “The Remodernist Film Manifesto” which is subsequently translated into Polish, Turkish, Slovak and Traditional Chinese and becomes the subject of several thesis papers and magazine articles in England, Canada, Germany, Turkey, Taiwan, Poland, Slovakia and Israel.

2008- “Shooting at the Moon” makes its London premiere at Flixation! Underground Cinema Club, at the Horse Hospital.

2009- “Shooting at the Moon” makes Polish premiere at DIY Hardcore Punk Fest, Gdynia, Poland.

2009- Begins making films again after not making a film since 2003.

2009- Re-establishes Remodernist Film movement with a core group called The International Alliance of Remodernist Filmmakers.

2010- Gains the attention of critics Roger Ebert who “tweets” about the Remodernist Film Manifesto and of Kurt Walker of The Auteurs who reviews Richards’ film “so tell me again”, also the subject of an article in the Australian film magazine “Filmink”.

2010- Begins planning collaborative Remodernist feature film with plans to premiere in December 2010 at The Millennium Film Center in NYC.

2010- Becomes a member of international collective of filmmakers, SUBVEX.