10-Pack of Printable Mazes

mazeFor the past year the student newspaper of Stevens Institute of Technology, The Stute, has been publishing my weaving mazes. It’s been wonderful to see a project that started as a meditative daily practice move into print and I look forward to seeing them every Friday. I’ve put together ten of these mazes into a printable PDF. Have fun and get lost!

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John Henry Picture Book Animation

I’m excited to announce the launch of a new animation I created with the Ezra Jack Keats Foundation. It’s the 50th anniversary of his children’s book “John Henry” and we created a 6 minute animated read-aloud. It was a great experience working with his original art work and making a video that is in keeping with his style. Hope you enjoy!

Prints Available of My Truck Paintings

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trucks watercolorI’ve made a collection of my watercolor paintings of trucks available as art prints. There are two prints available and each contains five trucks each. I think they look great as a diptych either side-to-side or stacked. Society 6 prints are “gallery quality Giclée prints on natural white, matte, ultra smooth 100% cotton rag, acid and lignin free archival paper with Epson K3 archival ink”. Be sure to select the “small” size, which uses 16″x13″ paper with a 14″x11″ print area. You can order them with and without frames.
 
Set One: “Trucks & Tows” →
Set Two: “Trucks & Trailer” →

Portrait of a Book Launch

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Late last week I attended a book launch panel discussion put together by the Game Based Learning Meet Up group in NYC. The book is “Learning, Education and Gaming” and the panelists were some of the authors of the book: Elena Bertozzi, Ethan Hein, Gabriela Richard and moderator Karen Schrier. It was a great talk covering many different aspects of how to bring games into teaching environments.

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The Lil’ Red Marble

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After years working in Flash I’ve finally launched my first HTML5 game. It’s programmed in PuzzleScript and has been a blast to make. In keeping with my summer of mazes I went with a simple interactive maze where you guide a red marble through tunnels to find a golden ring. I designed the graphics using Edge Touch on my iPhone and translated it to PuzzleScript using Plain Text, also on my iPhone. I’m thrilled to be able to create an interactive game while sitting at the playground with my kids, working on a computer I can fit into my pocket.

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