We know that Gaseous Feet, at the age of 15, like the dutch actor Rutger Hauer, left home to become a sailor. The brisk winds carried him to Hong Kong where he was discharged for "inappropriate use of sleeping quarters". We know that he was briefly enrolled with the estemed Hong Kong Film Art Institute.
We know that in the summer of 1983 he gained some local mention living for 40 days in a rain-barrel in Bassin d'Argenteuil, north of Paris, documenting the flow of The Seine that resulted in the 40 hour installation "Jeanne d'Arc's Perverted Ashes". Upon completion the film was, according to witnesses, "unraveled and placed in a simple plastic grocery bag along with a big rock, tied shut and returned to the river."
We know that Gaseous Feet, in 2001, co-founded the eclectic Gaelic music group "Fishsticks and Violins" together with American multi-instrumentalist Billy-Bob Truffaut. The collaboration was short lived as Gaseous showed up for a gig at The Fountain In, in Barming, wearing nothing but "lady's stockings, not a string on his lyre".
His current location and activity is unknown. Some say he's a New Delhi independent film producer, some say he's the Croyden plumber/cinematographer, Billy 'Make Mine A double' Wilkins. According to some posts on various message boards, where Gaseous has gained some cult status, there's indication that he will make an appearance at the up-coming Royal Wedding.