Thanx for visiting my page! Please add your comments to my guestbook. I'd esp. love to hear from you if you've seen the firefall.

just curious as to weather you play at a wedding reception thats outside. I have been a big fan forever, and seen you at harveys, parker days, little bear and on and on. thanks for the time nick b.
denver, co USA - Friday, May 11, 2001 at 12:37:44 (PDT)
To have combined two such powerful elements, which might seem to be at odds, into a living, flowing and BURNING statement of art is truly remarkable. Incredible! I can't wait to see what is to come....
Logan, Ut USA - Saturday, December 16, 2000 at 00:52:46 (PST)
I'd like to know if you perform any firefalls for weddings. -Marty
Oakland, ca USA - Monday, December 11, 2000 at 16:38:51 (PST)
I'm impressed. When someone tells me they like to play with fire, its almost always just someone who plays with matches and finds it fashionable to call themselves a pyromaniac. You do the word Pyromaniac justice. You've turned fire into art... It just may not be a good idea to get drunk people involved. Not that I didn't have fun... :)
Devian McEvoy
San Francisco, ca USA - Thursday, August 24, 2000 at 19:36:17 (PDT)
WoW!!! (as in breathtaking)is the first thing that comes to mind. Your work is interesting and beautiful. There is something about a flame that brings peace - allows a person to focus in meditation.The added effect from a flame having the steady flow of a fountain, for me, enhances this effect. I enjoyed that you documented the creation of your pieces with photos and narratives. Thank you for your work. It is inspiring. Sincerely, Gretchen
USA - Sunday, April 30, 2000 at 23:01:56 (PDT)
What a blessing your work is. It brings joy to many of my young friends. For me it is about walking through fear. "These are different circumstances you can trust you won't get burned." I am still working on it. What a great way to practice this in the physical realm.
Charlene Marie
Woodacre, ca USA - Thursday, February 17, 2000 at 17:50:44 (PST)