I’m a designer, creative director, artist, and entrepreneur. Or to put it simply, I like to make stuff. If I had to distill a philosophy of the particular set of passions, attitudes and skills that I believe I have to offer the world, I would sum it up as #DrawTogetherEveryDay.
Most of my work can be mapped to three realms ↡
I am interested in working with teams tackling opportunities at the intersection of design, behavior, technology, and culture.
Passionate about working with smart, thoughtful people; building cultures of creativity; and designing cool $hit. Fierce advocate of the power of play.
Rendered the individual bit positions of the Wires series – and their overlaps with /connections to adjacent positions – at different scales (16x16, 4x4, 2x2).
Each one tells a different story and is interesting for its own reasons, but my favorites are probably the (n/2 + 1)'s
I had the honor of presenting Ladder – my newest work in the binary series – as part of the Fenêtre Jaune Cadmium show at the Institut Français Centre Saint-Louis in Rome.
The exhibition space incorporates fragments of the old roman baths which previously occupied the site. The vertical binary counter was projected in the corner of a room along the seam between two walls – less a figure projected into the space and more like a disturbance emerging from within the envelope of the space itself.
If there’s any solace to be derived from the first instance of an autonomous vehicle killing a pedestrian, it’s that the topic is graduating from an inside conversation about how we address the Trolley Dilemma etc. to a broader discussion of how comfortable we are trusting autonomous technologies.
I wrote this piece to explore a problem we already face with automation in vehicle technology — people driving at night with no idea that their lights aren’t turned on. I hold that we need to do a much better job as product designers if we’re going to safely navigate the transition to greater autonomy.