South Pasadena Public Library Celebrates Ray Bradbury | South Pasadenan

South Pasadena artist Tim Carey studied traditional drawing and painting at the Art Center College of Design. For more than 15 years he has worked with the medium of glass, first in the historic studios of Judson, and now as the owner of Studio Tim Carey (, where his mission is to bring glass to the fore as a medium for creating images and to animate the world around us with light and color.

John Sasser began his film career in 2005, working on a project with Mr. Sci-Fi himself, Forrest J. Ackerman. Through Ackerman, he met and befriended Ray Bradbury, who called him on to help direct the short documentary Father Electrico: Ray Bradbury Lives Forever!, about creating a statue with the famous sculptor Christopher Slatoff. He worked as a producer on a Stephen King short and as a hire director on another short, The App. He has several other projects written or in development for future films and series.

Christophe Slatoff ( studied at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in France and obtained a BA in sculpture from California State University Long Beach. Slatoff has always focused on the human figure in his work and now specializes in public art. His monumental sculptural work can be seen at Pepperdine University, Fuller Theological Seminary, Dan Diego’s Port District, Our Lady of Angeles Cathedral, and many other locations. Slatoff has taught art at Cal State Long Beach, Art Center College of Design, and Fuller Theological Seminary.

The South Pasadena Public Library is located at 1100 Oxley Street in South Pasadena. Visit the library website at for more information about services and programs. The Library is open Monday, Friday, Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Sunday from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Upon request made no later than four (4) business days prior to the event, the City will provide reasonable accommodation for a qualified person with a disability to have equal access to the event. Please call (626) 403-7312 or complete the City’s request form available at and email the form to Human Resources at [email protected].

PHOTO: Eric Fabbro | News | The Ray Bradbury stained glass tribute, designed by artist Tim Carey, at the South Pasadena Public Library

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