Live on Twitch!

I’ve decided to start live-streaming my writing and studio sessions on the Twitch platform. The Twitch portal began as an easy way for gamers to share their live gameplay with friends, but the site is growing to include streamers of many disciplines, not the least of which are artists both sonic and visual.

As of late, I’ve been working hard to show more of my process. But even these examples (see my Airport Hookers post) are heavily edited and very polished. My new Twitch stream will expose the extremely raw, unedited, real-time, and often utterly ridiculous methods that go into how I create words and music.

I’m still working on some minor hardware issues (live streaming two monitors, an external audio interface, and a GoPro at the same time is a formidable feat) but I plan to be fully functional within a week or two.

I’d love it if you would join me on this crazy journey by following me on Twitch.  Conversely, if you’re on the platform, let me know! I’d love to see what you’re up to.