My intentions for this blog are to share my current works, past pieces, and future projects with the online world.
My parents Brian and Wendy Froud surrounded me by goblins and puppets from a baby through my teen years and now I surround myself as an adult and my son as a parent. To give you a brief history of my work…
I started as bear tumbling along the ground, turned into a devil riding upon a dragon, strode through the forest on the hooves of a Satyr, bounced my shirts a flying as a whimpled woman, danced til dawn with wings flapping above me, sculpted the beginning of the end in my studies, philosophized ridiculously on a fence, met a wondering man who found a curious box, brought up the rear as a tap dancing steer, danced light in front of a sea of faeries, made legs dance in time in front of an audience of many, captured moods of things not yet seen, and witnessed the zombie non-apocalypse at 10 inches tall. (That's all I can remember for now.)
I’m currently working on a short film using live action puppets called Lessons Learned. Lessons Learned is a story about a young boy who receives an interesting gift from his grandfather, a gift that will stay with him for his lifetime.
In my next post I'll share with you the first completed puppet for Lessons Learning, Digby!