Glove was the result of a process that reconnected me with my estranged and long deceased father.
During the summer of 2015 I decided I wanted to be 14 years old again; that magic age where I explored the suburban woods, played “war” with my friends and made things with my hands. It was a time filled tree houses, go-carts, sulfur burning science experiments, and B&W prints created in my basement darkroom.
When my father died, his ashes were sent to me. I put the brown box on a shelf in our laundry room and forgot about it. When we moved, the brown box found its way to a closet in my basement. Then, through a series of events, the ashes ended up in my mother’s garage 30 years after my parents divorced.
Jay has served as Producer and Creative Director on numerous commercial projects. Media formats have included marketing films and videos, documentaries, installations, print, eLearning, and live stage productions.Clients have included companies such as Sony, M&M Mars, Mattel, Merck, UniLever Kraft Foods, Ingersoll Rand and many, many others.