Living at the confluence of Film, Art and Fashion


During an exhibition of my paintings in 1990 at the Norton Museum in Palm Beach I was approached by a wealthy couple interested in producing a documentary on 60’s and 70’s rock.  They wanted an artist eye to shape the project, so they bought me an Avid but after six months of suffering in music licensing hell, they walked away, leaving the Avid behind.

I buckled down for six months and after interviewing a score of rock players from Maryanne Faithful to Malcom McLaren and the help of talented editors I finished it.

“Rock Revolutions” was based on the premise that Rock music brought down the Berlin wall. It hit a nerve. The documentary was sold to over 20 countries.

And RPM Media was born.