Monday, March 30, 2009

Jobs Jobs Jobs (maybe)
Buncha arts jobs listings.

Just got wind of this from Twitter (it's becoming a useful tool)!

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Various Non-Kermits

Jeezus, I haven't posted here in ages! Here are some non-Kermits I drew the other night when I was bored.

Monday, January 12, 2009

A1C Gallery

I just thought I'd put up a post about A1C Gallery, which technically used to be RCA Visual. They opened up in the summer and have an on-going submissions deadline, so you can apply at any time. It's a pretty great space. Located on the corner of Water and Clift-Baird's Cove.

Friday, January 02, 2009

Crutches video

Ahhh.. nobody uses this blog anymore. sad times...
anyway, I just finished this music video for my song "Crutches" off my new album.
Check it out. if anyone is still out there.

Friday, August 08, 2008

My New Album "Sex Lives of The Paralyzed"

It's been awhile for me to post anything here but I got this new thing out there; "Sex Lives of the Paralyzed" an album I've been workin' on for about a year on and off. It's most moody acoustic ballad material, it's a lot more sparse and non-confrontational then "The Pervert" my last effort under my own name. You can check out a few tracks on the myspace page if you're curious. I also tried out some video editing software for the first time (real shitty video editing software as it turns out) and made this video for one of the songs off of Sex Lives "Flower Printed Linen"

It's made with some shots I took from this years Lantern Festival on my friend's tiny digital camera. The Lantern Festival was really neat, I regret never having gone before. Anyway, the album is available at Fred's records and hopefully will be listed on their website soon. If you run into me somewhere I can probably sell it to you for cheap.

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Comic Con 2008

Comic con was fun! Chopper Zombie made its debut and Scott had a big signing on Sunday. Here are some pics.
Go to for a comic con video with Keating talking about Chopper Zombie!

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Keating News

Thom Beers drafts zombie bikers
Reality producer to tackle first film, comicbook

Thom Beers, the producer behind the hit reality skeins "Ice Road Truckers," "Deadliest Catch" and "Monster Garage," will tackle zombie bikers in his first film and comicbook project.
Beers' shingle, Original Prods., and comicbook publisher Devil's Due are moving forward with "Chopper Zombie," about a motorcycle builder who refuses to sell his formula for a new superfuel to a dangerous corporation. When a team of thugs drowns him in his own toxic creation, he rises from the dead with a score to settle.

Todd Livingston ("The Black Forest," "The Wicked West") will pen the graphic novel, with Scott Keating ("Death and the Man Who Could Not Die," "Elk's Run") handling the art.

Original developed the project with Livingston and Keating. Beers and Original prexy Philip Segal will produce the pic, which they hope to put into production sometime next year.
Devil's Due will launch the book at next week's Comic-Con in San Diego alongside a custom zombie chopper assembled by "Monster Garage's" creators. Title hits store shelves July 30.
"Chopper Zombie" becomes the latest book for Devil's Due to go into development as a feature, following "Drafted," "Lost Squad," "Serpo" and "Hack/Slash."
And we'll be at the San Diego Comic Con this weekend, so stay tuned for some pictures!