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Strange Fruit

Posted on May 21st, 2018 in Audio Visual, Events
Throughout Somebody’s History: A white woman’s journey to understand race in AmericaAmy Selikoff‘s monologues, stand-up comedy and spoken word segments are punctuated with “interstitials” – short animations designed to provide a moment to breathe (for audience and performer).   In collaboration with Bryant Lee (composer, musician) and Amy (director), I created these animations with Processing, […]

Wil Smith Collab October 2015

Posted on June 9th, 2016 in Events
Last fall my long-time friend Wil Smith invited me to collaborate on a fun audio-visual performance. We’ve done this a few times, projecting live visuals on a pipe organ, both for fun “spooky organ concerts” like this one, and for more serious evening length concerts. I was able to capture some videos of the performance, which […]

Making Maps – Maker Faire Orlando 2015 Talk

Posted on September 14th, 2015 in Events
Yesterday I gave a short talk at Maker Faire Orlando 2015 on Making Maps. Thanks to Ricardo Williams of Nerd Nite Orlando for the invitation, and for everyone who came for your support! Here are some links to the projects and resources I mentioned (and some I didn’t get to) in my talk. My Recent […]

Teaching Artist Residency at Stone Middle School

Posted on March 18th, 2014 in Events
Over the last few weeks, I spent 6 days with about 200 students at Stone Middle School in Melbourne, Florida, teaching them the basics of making art with code. This artist residency is made possible by a grant from the Brevard Cultural Alliance in association with the Brevard Schools Foundation and the Florida Division of […]

Moleskine Inkjet Transfer for a Private Commission

Posted on January 23rd, 2014 in Uncategorized
A friend of mine commissioned me to create some artwork for the cover of his fresh new Moleskine sketchpad. I’ve been playing with direct visualization of audio lately, so I decided to create something along those lines. I also wanted to incorporate some sense of encoding, as my friend is a bit of a security […]