GOT BOMB?!: An animation
of the character I painted to represent the "Thinking Outside
the Bomb: A Conference on Nuclear Weapons, the Environment, and Health" sponsored
for Nuclear Awareness. This piece was an example how the arts
are important to communicate social, political, and environmental
FISH AND WATER BOTTLE FACTORY: Papier maché and cardboard puppet and costume for The Water Project performance with community members. Photo courtesy of Tucson Weekly.
MICE: Two of six mice heads made
for the Philadelphia
Rock School's ballet of a modern interpretation of The Nutcracker.
Foam and fabric construction.
PARASITE OF FEAR: One of six heads
("Pride") of the huge Parasite of Fear puppet in “Utopia/Dystopia”,
a dance theatre performance featured at the Philadelphia Earth Charter
Community Summit. Cardboard and papier maché.
BLUEMAN CLOWN MASK: Made to wear
or hang up on a wall. Papier maché.
NUKES GONE WILD: Two nuclear costumes
made to help Project
for Nuclear Awareness grab attention throughout the streets of
Philadelphia about nuclear issues. Carboard construction.
Check out the video documentary:
For your puppet or mask-making needs, or to learn
how to construct them, contact JODI