If you look up at the billboards in Time Square, you can catch some of my work. Not only am I a visual artist and filmmaker, I'm also the co-director of the Creative Code Festival and a core member of Never Knows Better, curating new media artists internationally. I have worked alongside Jayz’s Roc Nation, for artists such as Deadmau5, MIA and Rihanna, as well as producing media content for Google, Macy’s, AT&T and Amnesty International.
I have been honing my craft in New York City for the past 10 years, creating digital art and sequences of expressionist animations, splicing, designing and editing together images to create a barrage of work that splinters and glitches, mapping rhythms across cultural productions in both art and technology. My true talent is creating narratives that flow from information to emotion.
My post-production and visual installation work throughout
a node based visual programming language for real time interactive multimedia content, developed by the Toronto-based company Derivative.
an instrument for VJs, AV performers and video artists to perform live.
programming language that helps you build complex, interactive programs without any prior experience writing code.
digital audio workstation developed by Ableton for macOS and Windows.
a cross-platform game engine developed by Unity Technologies.
this A/V software creates unique and striking synthetic visuals blurring the lines between synthesis and video creation.
I am a creative who help artists and brands enhance video through experiential design.