Never the End

Posted in andytoad, animation, collaboration, video by andytoad on December 27, 2015


“Health Goth.” “Athleisure.” “Post-Punk-Synthpop-Darkwave.”
While ruminating on these things my buddy Grant Worth and I made this video together during 2015. After a few hiccups… it came together. We filmed this video at the awesome Park Church Co-op in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Grant and I have been experimenting with old school hand drawn animation lately. You can see a few examples in the video.
Naked Lies (Never the End)
by Andrew Jordan and Grant Worth
Music – “Naked Lies” by BLISCORD (AKA Bruno Coviello)
Starring – Debbie Attias
 some pieces:
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Posted in andytoad, collaboration, process, video by andytoad on April 3, 2015


Gif clip from a work in progress – Collaboration between Mission Fantasticthe feath3r theory, Andytoad.

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Debut Showing: Ghost Lines

Posted in collaboration, costume, dance, performance by andytoad on November 28, 2013

Coming Soon!
The premiere of a new evening length piece – Ghost Lines – by my friend and collaborator Cori Olinghouse.
Ghost Lines incorporates live performance and film with costume design by me!

Illustration by Lauren Simkin Berke

Illustration by Lauren Simkin Berke


December 12-14, 2013
Thursday-Saturday at 8:00PM
Danspace Project:
131 East 10th Street (at Second Avenue)
New York, NY 10003

Using an archival impulse to channel a lost movement history, Cori Olinghouse’s latest work contains echoes ranging from silent film comedians to Dada, Surrealism, and Oskar Schlemmer, the Bauhaus’ choreographer of unusual visual ballets. A cast of accomplished dancers: Michelle Dorrance, Elizabeth Keen, Mina Nishimura, and Eva Schmidt scramble through multiple personalities and pseudo stories.

As part of the evening, Olinghouse and film artist, Shona Masarin merge creative processes with a 16mm black & white film that uses traditional animation techniques, hand processing, chemical experiments, collage, painting, and drawing. In the film, Olinghouse acts as a medium, conjuring imagery from our collective unconscious, allowing a series of imagined spaces, forms, characters, and personalities to drift through her body, take form, and dissolve again. Drawn to the mechanics of the medium as it relates to perception, kinetics, and optical illusion, they look for rhythms and startling chance compositions that confuse, seduce, and assault the senses.

Costumes by Andrew Jordan
Lighting designer Kathy Kaufmann
Sound design for live choreography by Ryan Ross Smith
Sound design for film by Andrew Hurst


Photograph from the set of Ghost Lines

Photograph from the set of Ghost Lines    photo: Andytoad


Old Man From the Sea

Posted in andytoad, collaboration, costume, mask, performance by andytoad on August 15, 2013

Photographs of a costume recently made with Baxton Alexander.

Costume and photography collaboration with Baxton Alexander

It came from the deep to watch the sun set       photo: Andytoad

Shells skirt and mask

Shell skirt and mask       photo:Andytoad

Old Man From the Sea Mask

mask detail       photo: Andytoad


Posted in andytoad, collaboration, video by andytoad on July 31, 2013

gif stills from Eidolon: Raven Sequence (2013)

…But every night I see the rubbery things, 
Black, horned, and slender, with membranous wings…

……………………………..From Night-Gaunts by H.P. Lovecraft

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Electronic Embers

Posted in andytoad, collaboration, photography, process by andytoad on March 3, 2013

Hanging out with Jordan Morley, experimenting with light.

Electronic Embers

Andrew Jordan Projects

Andrew Jordan Projects

Andrew Jordan Projects

Andrew Jordan Projects

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Mythical Actual

Posted in collaboration, costume, photography by andytoad on June 3, 2012

Chimeras, a photography project that I helped my friend Felipe Vasquez with, is featured in Dossier Journal :

Felipe shot these photographs in Chile earlier this year. He and I worked together to realize the look of the characters which are based on ritual costume and supernatural figures of the world.