Barry Gordemer is an award-winning puppeteer, writer and producer. He's been designing, building & performing puppets since 1983.
In 2003, He received a Telly award for his puppet designs and his performance as Alphie the Alligator on the DVD series, "The Sound and the Furry." In 2000, Barry performed on the CD "Dreamosauraus." It received a Grammy nomination for "Best Musical Album for Kids.”
In his spare time, Barry is a veteran writer, producer and editor for NPR's award-winning news magazine, "Morning Edition." He is also an adjunct journalism professor at American University in Washington, D.C.
Barry Gordemer demonstrates some of his puppet making techniques for the show "Artworks This Week" on Maryland Public Television.
Barry Gordemer invades the Las Vegas International Ventriloquist's Convention.