A troubadour bard accompanies us through life, composing ditties & tall tales of our deeds.READ MORE..
The joy of writing and receiving multipage handwritten letters is a lost pleasure. My letter output now is no better than the average 21st century yahoo, but I was a prodigious letter writer in the 1980s while doing extensive travel (financed by working in Asian animation studios). In the pre-internet/SmartPhone era, travel abroad might mean … Read more
Apr 15, 2015 3:05pm After almost 25 years living in California, I’ve finally gotten my own Botox injections. Instead of being used on my ever wrinkling brow and baggy eyes, the preferred wonder drug of Hollywood starlets was jabbed into the spastic muscles of my arm and leg. One of the strange aspects of what … Read more
I have recently been wrestling with re-learning how to draw. The loss of my former ability has led me to reflect on what drawing has meant to me in my 30 year career as a cartoonist, and how and why I came to be so interested in drawing in the first place. Back when I … Read more
I went back to my hometown, met up with 6 childhood friends, and 7 foolhardy middle-aged gits went on a back-breaking trek though the bush.READ MORE..
Here is a panoramic photo taken at Wentworth Falls in the Blue Mountains just west of Sydney. I spent a very pleasant few days catching up with two of my dearest childhood friends, Peter Lawlor and John Dillon, as we all stayed at a beautiful property just a few minutes walk from where this picture … Read more