George Dalphin received a bachelor's degree in Studio Art from Indiana University at the age of 19. While there, he exhibited his artwork in a one-man show at the age of 16 and in the annual, juried Whitewater Regional Art Competition three years in a row, in two of which he had winning pieces.
At 18, he began making electronic music as Headphoneboy, and has thus far produced nine albums of original material as well as twenty-six mix albums of other artists' work uniquely married.
At 19, he began writing feature screenplays with Joe Foster, including X-COM:UFO Defense, Bridges and Tierra Del Fuego, and has written several on his own as well since then, including I Was Jesus and Dracula, which he directed, shot and edited in 2008, Doubting Thomas, which he directed, starred in and edited in 2010, and the scripts for his next two upcoming films: the short sci-fi drama Upload and the feature-length metaphysical anti-romance thriller Nobody. He has also written, directed and edited three films for the 48 Hour Film Project: Don't Be, "Payment" (which was an official selection at the 2010 SNOB Film Festival) and Manifest Destiny.
At 24 George completed his first novel, Thirsty & Drowning, which is self-published, and he has just recently finished and released his second novel, the modern-fantasy adventure-comedy Bob Wacszowski, Necromancer.
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Bob Wacszowski, Necromancer
by George Dalphin
Bob Wacszowski, Necromancer is the harrowing and hilarious tale of a regular guy who stumbles across an ancient tome of Atlantean necromancy and decides to make full use of his new powers for good, despite the world's increasingly negative reaction to his expanding army of skeletal minions.
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