some flotsam. mostly jetsam.

SKAZKA Interactive Experiment

Get lost in the scene. Wander through the dancers. Paint in our world. Share with your friends.

When I began working on the title sequence for OFFF St. Petersburg, I wanted to experiment with trying to communicate the concept across two formats; interactive and film. I collaborated with Magnus Ostergren  who helms a great company in Stockholm called Goo Technologies to create a real time interactive scene using their webGL engine.

A new piece I recently finished.


At long last, Vikings premiered last night and I can share the title sequence I directed last September. Have a look… detailed information and glorious large HD video available on the Vimeo page here: VIKINGS

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Hunter’s Moon is a soundtrack inspired by the designs available at It’s also the launch of my new musical alter ego, Phantomship, a cloaking device I’ll be using for deep and dark mixes and compositions.

Clocking in at a sweet 30 minutes it staggers through Maus, Waits, Cure, Jaar, Tricky, Aphex Twin and other purveyors of velvet darkness. Like some sort of calcified horror show it’s pulse doesn’t quicken much above a starry eyed crawl, biding it’s time as it slinks from shadow to shadow.

Turn up the volume. Turn down the lights.

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Track List:

John Maus - Hey Moon
Invisible Conga People - In A Hole
Tricky - Overcome
Shlohmo - Rained The Whole Time (Nicolas Jaar rmx)
The Cure - A Forest
Hype Williams - Rescue Dawn
Holy Other - Touch
Timber Timbre - Lonesome Hunter
When Saints Go Machine - Fail Forever (Nicolas Jaar rmx)
Zomby - Alothea
Tom Waits - Swordfish Trombone
Aphex Twin - Actium
Actress - Maze
Four Tet - Lion (Jamie XX rmx)

Invoke Curiosity.

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I’ll be standing in line to see this with all the hope and optimism I can muster. It’s a brave thing, tackling the sparkplug of wanderlust for countless feverish and sweaty teens that were seeking more more more more more… Remember the first time you got through it’s pages?

An installation at JFK airport I directed @ The Mill.


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