I use physical forms and meaningful data to create connections among humans, objects and spaces. I am the founder of Supermechanical.
I am a graduate of the MIT Media Lab, where I designed future consumer electronics and interfaces for humanizing data in the Information Ecology group. Before that, I studied industrial design at Arizona State University and worked as an interaction designer and programmer for Big Companies.
My work has been showcased through the ID Annual Design Review, Ars Electronica, NPR, the New York Times and CNN. I'm an Arizona native, currently living in Austin. I'm not as tough as I look in this photo.
Like everyone, I never have enough time, but contact me if you'd like to collaborate, whether it's creating a consumer product or a one-off installation, or just chat about mutual interests.