Most of my work stems from my overactive mind, and usually it comes in two flavors: outlandish concepts/lyrics and meta over-introspective explorations of self. When writing, I have images in my head as much as the next person does . I try to write songs that conceptually have a beginning/middle/end which always translates well to video. I typically see my lyrics in my head with visuals from the exact time and place I was in when writing it. For Bandaids - While roommates with Samurai Banana (who produced 'Human Error') I was sitting on the edge of my bed playing with a bandaid on my finger. I got frustrated, and then that sparked my writing. Now every time I hear those opening lines, I playback that moment in my mind. I chose Bandaids for the first video from the new album because I felt it was a good introduction to my artistic style. While working in a post production studio - I met William Joel, who did the animation work for Bandaids. He offered to do a video, so I took him up on it. I had seen his work before and trusted him to put his own artistic spin on the piece. I'm really glad we got to work together. If you're into the video, check out the rest of my project. Human Error is a weird little album full of strange songs for the whimsical and curious.