My Morning Coffee

Bill McGarvey of McG Media wrote and directed this animated short. Animation by Ashley Amoeba. Song written by Louis Higgins, produced by Bill McGarvey, recorded and mixed by Gary Solomon. Download the press release here.


The Stay at Home Shuffle

Upon finishing the animation of Louis Higgins‘ song “My Morning Coffee,” The N-95’s Michael Deutsch asked me to create an animated short based on a song he and Louis wrote, “The Stay at Home Shuffle.” Had a lot of fun creating and directing this along with my animator Ahmad Neo. In addition to Michael and Louis, The N-95s are made up of Doug Derryberry, John Alagia and Tim Seymour.

Bill McGarvey — “I Call Your Name”

Over 200,000 views on FB! I wrote this song, “I Call Your Name” for a memorial mass for college classmates who had passed away. The pandemic gave it a renewed resonance… Be safe. Be well…


Bill McGarvey — “Broken Lullaby”

Award-winning animated short directed by Bill and Stella Rosen based on his song, co-written with Ed Seifert. Selected by over 30 film festivals from Los Angeles, New York and Liverpool to Manchester, Milan and Australia.

Bill wrote the song “I Call Your Name” for Georgetown University’s Alumni Memorial Mass commemorating class members who have passed away. See the “In Memoriam” video below.

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Bill McGarvey’s Beautiful Mess Show

Mixing songs, stories, graphic comics, photos and video, Beautiful Mess is an autobiographical mixed-media show about the intersection of pop culture and belief that Bill has been doing at colleges across the United States.


Tell Your Mother

A video medley of Bill McGarvey and the Good Thieves taken from the former Valentine Smith frontman’s solo debut Tell Your Mother (Thievery Records).


Valentine Smith

Valentine Smith made a video of “Katie’s A No-Show” for their debut album Back on Earth. Both the album and the single received rave reviews from outlets ranging from the New York Times and the Washington Post to Billboard. The video was directed by Miles Barken and was featured on video outlets around the US, Canada and Europe.