I am a designer and developer based in New York. I currently work as a developer at Linked by Air, where I have been involved in projects for Columbia GSAPP, Deborah Berke Partners, Yale School of Architecture, CCS Bard, and The Shed.
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Website development for an archive of information about Chinese typography.
The Chinese Type Archive (BETA) compiles and catalogs resources related to Chinese typography to make them open and accessible to the widest possible audience of designers. Its aim is to support designers who use Chinese typography by:
Project by Synoptic Officebeta.chinesetypearchive.com
A system of posters for a lecture series at Parsons. These posters were designed to work both independently, as 8.5 × 11" sheets of paper, and as a group. Different modes of production distiguish different layers of information: laser printing, risography, and a custom-made sticker, which functions as an indicator of the next upcoming lecture.Individual
A digital publication about art, design and technology. The publication’s identity is based on its seasonally changing homepage, which reflects upon computational aesthetics. The publication contains both written content and software, usually browser extensions or small applications. The website also features a custom side-scrolling format for text articles.Edition 2
Website design and development for the Imaginative Mobilities seminar, a year-long investigation into rethinking borders between design and social sciences.
The Imaginative Mobilities seminar will shift the discussion away from the frame of open or closed borders, to re-imagine the meaning and design of borders. Starting with the concepts of mobility and immobility across political spaces, we will attend to different kinds of movement and to the way movement and space are co-constructed.
The seminar was led by Dunne & Raby, in conjunction with other scholars across The New School.imaginativemobilities.org
In ‘International Art English,’ Alix Rule and David Levine describe the language of contemporary art by analyzing a corpus of press releases sent by e-flux, which is paid to do so by museums, biennials, publishers, and art fairs in order to reach a subscriber base of more than ninety thousand art professionals. The essay appeared in 2012 and soon surpassed the popularity of every other Triple Canopy publication.View project
A collection of computationally generated designs and sketches.View project
randomguitarchords.com is a website that generates random, yet entirely playable, chords for the guitar. This is a useful tool that uses computation to help overcome creative blocks and stimulate new ideas.
theselinksarebroken.com is a reflection on the temporality of online space. The site was featured in episode 86 of the Good Point podcast.
only1px.com asks visitors to consider the pixel – the building block of digital environments.
elvisonthebeach.com is an autoplaying slideshow of beachside Elvis photos. This site was created in collaboration with Sam Schwall.randomguitarchords.com