Today’s the day!

Filmed this last night as the amazing tech crew was wrapping up rehearsals and testing for the day.

Here’s tech director “JD.”



Here’s the latest thank you video to Caltech alumni for their annual support. I’ve done these for four years now, and it’s my favorite project of the year. Many thanks to the amazing alumna Leslie Maxfield for her technical expertise and aesthetic. Yes, a few of my photos are in here.

Remember, support your alma mater! As the bumper sticker says, “If you think education is expensive, try ignorance.”

What really happened when Jack Parsons and L.Ron Hubbard summoned the Babalon Goddess?

Find out in Pasadena Babalon, Feb. 19-27, Caltech’s Ramo Auditorium


Event not to miss!

Who:  Ken Kragen is the force that made history with stellar philanthropic events in the 1980s that changed fundraising forever. He produced We Are the World and Hands Across America. I recently met Ken at a Caltech event and invited him to speak. He’s a fireball and is about to announce another giant event later this month.

When/What:  On January 14, Ken will kick off Martin Luther King week at Caltech with his talk: Accomplishing the Impossible: Stories of Historic Humanitarian Efforts.

Where: Caltech, Avery Dining Hall (Del Mar at Holliston) from noon to 1 p.m.

Here’s the flier for more information. (You’ll probably need to paste this in your browser.)

To attend the event, you must R.S.V.P. to by Jan. 11.

Don’t miss this–he’s FULL of surprises, stories, and inspiration!