Ray Caspio

"a shapeshifter of an actor" - Cleveland Plain Dealer

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Charles Chaplin

Men are joining my Oh, My Stars! series!

Here's Charlie Chaplin, The Little Tramp, in black and white and color, inspired by his performance in City Lights!

Available in black & white through my RedBubble store on:

clothing, prints, posters, cards, postcards, phone and iPad cases, mugs, pillows, tote bags, and duvet covers!

Available in color: a hand-signed 8"x8" photographic print
from my Oh, My Stars! series.

Limited edition of 12.
E-mail me for price and shipping information.

Loss Prevention

Loss Prevention :: 2012 Cleveland 48 Hour Film Project from Eric Schilling on Vimeo.

Fourth Eye Films presents LOSS PREVENTION, which premiered at The 2012 48 Hour Film Project: Cleveland.

WINNER: Best Cinematography, Best Editing, and Best Use of Character

NOMINEE: Best Film, Best Directing, Best Cinematography, Best Editing, Best Sound Mixing, Best Use of Character, and Audience Choice.

Directed and Produced by
Eric Schilling
John Gibian

Written By
Eric Schilling
Renee Schilling
John Gibian
Ray Caspio
Ryan Lucas
Cassie Neumann
Emily Pucell
Kevenn T. Smith

Ray Caspio
Ryan Lucas
Cassie Neumann
Emily Pucell
Michael Randall
Amy Schwabauer
Renee Schilling

Music By
Jean Cousin
Hollis Brown

Special Thanks to
Chuck Karnak
Don Schilling
Vickie Schilling

Who Killed Teddy Bear

PRINTS AVAILABLE AT REDBUBBLE: http://www.redbubble.com/people/raycaspio/art/6257906-1-who-killed-teddy-bear Thanks to Doug Prinzivalli over at Dougsploitation, Who Killed Teddy Bear has become one of my favorite films. It was because of his blog post last year that I sought out the 1965 movie and discovered Sal Mineo. Read Doug's review of the film because he summed it up perfectly. This movie is creepy, insanely sexy, and daring. Besides Sal Mineo, it also stars Juliet Prowse and the great Elaine Stritch (currently playing Madame Armfeldt in the revival of Stephen Sondheim's A Little Night Music on Broadway). I wanted to take a crack at designing a poster for the film; something that captured what I took away from it. Here's my design. Who Killed Teddy Bear
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Ray Caspio received a 2016 Creative Workforce Fellowship. The Fellowships is a program of the Community Partnership for Arts and Culture. Funding for the Fellowship program is made possible by the generous support of Cuyahoga County residents through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.