About Me

I'm an artist and technologist exploring the expressive intersections of art, data, and science. My vision for myself is to live a life where I create new tools for artistic expression and then use those tools to create art. By creating art with new tools I can open up new avenues for artistic expression and contribute to the growth of the art world. By creating new tools and contributing to the growth of the art world I can help other artists thrive.

I earned a master’s degree from the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at the Tisch School of the Arts, NYU, and was a Research Resident at ITP from August 2019 to August 2020. In the more distant past I earned a master's degree in Math from NYU Courant. Most of my technical experience centers on computer programming and data analysis from the life I lived before ITP. I'm building on top of that as I move forward in my new career as an artist.

I am the author of the Python Processing framework py5 as well as the Processing libraries Camera3D and ColorBlindness. I live and work in the Lower Hudson Valley, New York.