is a short stop motion animation created for the Center for Digital Storytelling that aims to illuminate an unexpected narrative by juxtaposing personal content with didactic visual style.
is a system for sharing unofficial audio tours and multimedia commentary for museums and other places.
The Order of Things
probes the relationship between logic and perception and challenges the traditional roles of artist, curator and viewer by using Processing to create data visualizations of participants’ museum behavior over time.
were used to promote bimonthly lectures as part of the Graduate Lecture Series at CCA (Fall 2008/Spring 2009). Based on program design by Martin Venezky.
is a futuristic device that poses an alternative to digital books—functioning as an addendum to printed books by allowing the reader to digitally record, organize and cross-reference what is read, highlighted, searched and notated.
is an unofficial audio tour of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (April 2009) created for Open Tours.
is a concept project in which the organizational logic of the library is transformed when digital features are integrated into the actual stacks.
How to Crêpe
is a graphic recipe created for GOOD's Project: Redesign the Recipe.
Vis Crit Posters
were created as promotional tools for Visual and Critical Studies students' thesis presentations at CCA. I worked one-on-one with students to develop graphic representations of their written thesis projects.