I was born in Texas in 1980 and now I make things. Along the way, I have lived in a lot of cities and worked on everything from guerrilla public art projects to stuffy stock management systems. Eventually, I figured out that creativity and analytical thinking aren’t necessarily mutually exclusive. That’s what I focus on now.
In 2010, I graduated with a BFA in Motion Design from Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle, Washington. I’m currently working on my masters in the Interactive Telecommunications Program at New York University.
I am basically unemployable in a conventional sense and have very little interest in working on commercial projects. However, I’m very interested in commissions to create interactive installations for festivals and for speaking opportunities (see below).
I’m okay at making things, but I’m almost uncannily good at talking about them. I’m always open to requests to speak publicly—particularly on the topics of technology, creativity and process. Honestly, though, I can talk about anything.