Two Kates – web series

Two Kates is a web series written and directed by by Zach Schultz and starring Kate Knappett and Kate Knappett.
A comedic and dramatic look at isolation, depression and anxiety, “Two Kates” follows an agoraphobic woman (Kate) after she has recently had a clone made of herself in order to keep herself company and to be more productive in her online business. Struggling with obstacles both internal and external, the Kates attempt to care for each other as best they can, helping to guide one another through a world that makes them both very, very uncomfortable.

“Two Kates” is a 7-part monthly web series that can be seen for free at, with each episode also airing on Portland’s local community-access television stations.

After watching the first episode, I have to say it exceeds my expectations and left me wanting more.
Watch the first and future episodes here…

I had a chance to talk with the creator and star of Two Kates

Initially I saw a video Zach put up on indiegogo after watching that video I was sold on this project. The show is well produced and obviously Zach, Kate and everyone involved have dedicated a lot of time and energy to make this happen.

Currently the Facebook page for Two Kates has 82 followers as I write this. The show has just been released, I would imagine that number to grow as more episodes follow. It intrigues me to think about how difficult it is to produce anything and to grow a large audience for it. Right now I feel somewhat elite in knowing that this show has just been released. I’m looking forward to following the growth of this show and the audience along with it.

I’m guessing that it won’t be long before Netflix or Hulu comes along and start giving creators like Zach decent budgets to run with.

Don’t forget to check out the first episode and like the Facebook page

Joe Keatinge Conversations

I had the pleasure to talk with Joe Keatinge as we explored some fun parts of Portland together. Joe is a comic book writer and editor.
Check out what he’s up to at
Follow him on twitter @joekeatinge
If you are at Emerald City Comiccon this weekend you can follow him around in person!

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Mark Saltveit Conversations

I had the awesome pleasure of talking with writer, comedian and World Palindrome Champion Mark Saltveit. We walked through NW Portland on a very nice day.

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Learn more about Mark and see what he does by clicking on some of these links. (The Palindromist Magazine) (the Skeleton Closet presidential scandal site)

Whitney Streed Conversation

Whitney Streed is a Portland Comic. She tells funny jokes. Her and I walked through Occupy Portland all the way to the World Trade Center in Portland while talking about amazingly interesting things.

View on YouTube

8pm on Thursday November 10th at THE SARATOGA BAR, 6910 N. Interstate.
Whitney working with Mykle Hansen is bringing you CHAD Chats!
This is FREE and it’s going to be mind blowingly awesome!.

CHAD Chats — satirical PowerPoint presentations by some of the finest minds in the fields of Humor, Science, Literature, Entertainment and Middle-Management.

Click here to view the facebook invite for CHAD Chats, show up early as presentations will begin at 8PM. Awesome!

Mykle Hansen Conversations

Mykle Hansen has authored several books, is a bike enthusiast, a humorist and all around creative powerhouse. You can learn more about him at He has an upcoming event with several other talented creatives on November 10th, The CHAD Chats — satirical PowerPoint presentations by some of the finest minds in the fields of Humor, Science, Literature, Entertainment and Middle-Management.

In this three part segment Mykle and I talk a lot about different things including insight on his new book “The Cannibal’s Guide To Ethical Living”, modern architecture, Occupy Portland and more…

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Boring Conversations / Interesting People

After falling behind some on posting videos and getting conversations posted. I’m finally catching up with it. Coming soon some exciting interviews including one with comic artist Jim Woodring, several filmmakers including Rudy Durand who made the 1979 pinball cult classic “Tilt” , Susannah Tantemsapya from Creative Migration, GJ Echternkamp, artists Alex DeSpain, Todd Mandelkern and so many past conversations with amazing and interesting people like…. I look forward to finally rolling out some of these videos and sharing them with you all in the very near future… You might find some videos on my youtube account if you can’t wait for my nice introduction and links and maps and stuff…

Alec Longstreth Conversation

On Saturday I had the good fortune to talk with Alec Longstreth at Stumptown Comics Fest.


For years I’ve seen Alec tabling at various comic and zine shows. He produces a lot of amazing work and over the years has become one of my favorite comic artists, Phase 7 is a well written comic with beautiful art.

A recent project of Alec’s is called Drop Target a comic zine about pinball that he works on with Jon Chad. While the second issue just came out, the first issue features some very real and very sexy characters and I highly recommend you get your hands on it if you are into pinball or comics or other stuff too, it’s a good read.

Here’s a quick shot of one some random panels out of the first Drop Target…

I’ve only flipped through the second issue briefly but, I’m super excited about it…. Jon’s Avatar: the Last Airbender dream table is super amazing and an awesome combo of one of my favorite animated shows paired with one of my favorite games.

Please watch the exciting video as I could spend all night praising Alec and linking to various projects but, I think I’m going to read some of my new treasures from the comics fest and try to get some rest for the Pinbrawl. zzzz