“…beat the gong of revolt, and stop with fugitives and them that plot and conspire.” –Walt Whitman

Fire Spinning at 2011 Drag March (AP Photo/ John Minchillo)


April, 2011 Earth Day Action

April, 2011 Earth Day Action

2011 Earth Day Action - The Answer My Friend

April 2011 Earth Day Action


April, 2010: Earth Day Climb Action

April, 2010: Earth Day Climb Action

City Hall Bust Tim  Doody

Earth Day Action 2010

FSC Lies-10th Av 3

High Line Banner Drop Sept., 2009

We Say Occupy: Tent City at JPMorgan Lot in Harlem

We Say Occupy: Tent City at JPMorgan Lot in Harlem

New York Times Video: Keeping Cars out of the Bike Lane

New York Times Video: Illicit Tagging for A Good Cause May, 2008

10,000+ March to Oppose Mormon Bigotry

10,000 March without a Permit to Oppose Bigotry of Mormon Leaders – Nov 12, 2008

Bailout Is Bullshit Cropped

Wall Street Occupation 2009


Parade without a Permit

Resisting NYPD’s Crackdown on Public Assembly


Viva Brad Climb Action

Direct Action at the Mexican Consulate following the 2006 Oaxaca Uprising and the assassination of my long-time friend and collaborator Brad Will.

No Apartheid Wall Palestine Banner Raise

July 31st, 2003, Qalqilya, Occupied Palestine: The Israeli army announced completion of Stage 1 of their separation wall. We launched a nonviolent direct action that included a high flying banner, paint balloons and graffiti, and hundreds of Israeli and Palestinian peace activists trying to greet each through a gate blockaded by tanks and soldiers.

Earth To Bush Banner Action At UN

September 12, 2002: Earth to Bush Action. This is the day that President George W. Bush first argued before the UN that we must wage war in Iraq.

DOT Office Climb Action 2001

Esperanza Blockade-Brooke Lehman v NYPD

Esperanza Blockade: In 1999, we created a six-month blockade to defend a community garden in the East Village. Homesteaders, anarcho-punks, environmentalists, students and others tended a bonfire and erected an aerial fort in the shape of el coqui, a frog that in scares away invaders in Puerto Rican legends. Defying court orders, Mayor Giuliani sent hundreds of police officers to remove us, along with a bulldozer to raze the garden. As a result, the judge in the case, along with the state attorney general, Elliot Spitzer, were so enraged that they put a temporary moratorium on the destruction of all community gardens in New York.