In the spring of 2016, my friend, Randy Courts—who began his career as a jazz pianist and has become a top notch composer of musicals—offered to create a soundtrack for a video project using my Death at the Circus drawings. Piers Boyce, who was studying filmmaking at Skidmore College was onboard to create the video, but he wanted to work from a soundtrack. Much to my delight, Randy replied with a resounding “yes" to my request. Piers was about to graduate from Skidmore College, was already an excellent editor and had created several wonderful small films for school projects. I had intended to make this video myself using iMovie, but I was stymied about how to proceed. I didn’t want my work to be animated. My goal was to bring viewers into my work using motion of some kind. Randy nailed the soundtrack with the perfect mix of haunting melodies and dissonant sounds, all without using circus cliches. Piers chose the perfect images from the many Death at the Circus drawings I’d created and he brought them to life in unexpected and delightful ways. This was a labor of love for the three of us. Also, I must thank my old pal, Will Osborne, who acted as a creative overseer and guide as the project unfolded. I am a lucky dog. I hope you like our little offering.