New York City. Comedy man running w. the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, sketch with Above Average, Adult Swim, College Humor, Funny or Die, Left Handed Radio, MTV, Splitsider, ads. One time The Huffington Post said I "wowed the world."
As Chambaland, music mashups featured on The AV Club, Buzzfeed, Esquire, Gawker, The Hairpin, Interview, Pop Culture Brain, The Verge, NYMag's Vulture, and more.
Our friend Jiwon Lee is missing. She is 5’2 and 120 pounds and, though this is not in the police notice, you should know also that she is smart and beautiful and great. We are all hoping for her safe return.
As a stand-up comic and producer, she was an integral part of the comedy community in the alt scene NYC during the mid to late ’00s and then she decided to pursue a career as a dentist — where she obviously rules and is the outgoing president of the American Dental Student Assocation. She works so hard at everything she does, whether it’s performing comedy or studying at Columbia.
Here is info from the police:
She was last seen at 8:30pm on Tuesday April 1st at her apartment on W 98th street. Please call Crime Stoppers with any information 1-800-577-TIPS (8477). You can also submit tips by logging onto the Crime stoppers website at WWW.NYPDCRIMESTOPPERS.COM or by texting tips to 274637 (CRIMES) then enter TIP577. All calls are strictly confidential.
Here is her brother’s GoFundMe page to raise money for a private investigator to augment the NYPD’s work.
Here is an article from the Columbia Spectator about Jiwon.
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NEW TWO GUYS NAMED JOSH: Putting The Babes In Baby
In which the boys (Fran Gillespie and Kate Riley) are tasked with babysitting. Feat. Halle Kiefer, Lisa Kleinman, and myself. via mtvother.
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib - “Shitsville” (2014)
The most important comic book about horrible arcade games ever made. 32 pages of hilarity, delivered to your home for only $5. Order it HERE!
Tim showed me an early version of his new book when he came to visit for NYCC this past fall, and now it is here! Please buy so he can purchase a bus ticket home to his wife though, its been five months
a visual guide
I Could See The Smallest Things
based on the short story by Raymond Carver
animated by Tom Chamberlain
Chambaland - “The Umbrella We Share” (Rihanna vs. Chvrches)