Space Shuttle rolling through Inglewood circa midnight. Advertisements
Space Shuttle Endeavour flyover of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Official unofficial Mars Science Laboratory (Curiosity) engineering team afterparty in Pasadena (8/5/12). Huge thanks to the awesome folks at Lucky Baldwin’s in Pasadena for staying open late on a Sunday for a few drunk schmucks.
Landing Day After 8 months and about 225 million kilometers, the Mars Science Laboratory (Curiosity) rover is set to arrive at Mars. After a 10 years of designing, building, and testing, we are finally ready to put our vehicle on … Continue reading
Highbrow musical compositions aside, when the rubber hits the road, I’m a man who enjoys his drink. My love of Tiki concoctions sometimes walks that thin cliff’s edge between a light hangover and insanity. Then there is, of course, The … Continue reading
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Permutations is a new percussion composition created to explore four way independence and the rhythmic space available to a drummer/percussionist. It was composed using techniques I picked up while working on the Mars Science Laboratory rover and the Soil Moisture … Continue reading
There is something seriously wrong here. Watching pi while finishing my latest piece of music… You’ll see.