Selected writingWriting 2017 - 2020
"The First Computer Mouse Conference," Are.na Blog, 2019
"The Queer Zine Library in Hong Kong That's Finding a Global Community," AIGA Eye on Design, 2019
"RAPAPAWN's Mindbending Loops Blend Early Avant-Garde Animation with Abstract Comics," AIGA Eye on Design, 2018
"Queer Technologies," Are.na Blog, 2018
"Breaking the Sequence," Are.na Blog, 2017
Playlist PromptsWriting Music 2020
Stretch BreaksWriting Illustration 2019
Stretch Breaks is an impractical collection of exercises for computer-caused pain management. Nodding to credentialed medical advice and ergonomics, Stretch Breaks offers suggestions for balancing conflations of productivity and self-worth, chronic pain, and conscious pursuits of bodily escapism. It is apologetically hand-drawn.
Stretch Breaks was created for the First Computer Mouse Conferece held at ITP at NYU on November 9th, 2019. I covered the conference for the Are.na Blog .
Two People In a Room Over TimeIllustration 2019
Two People in a Room Over Time is a sequential series of prints inspired by "a room with not enough furniture. Two People in a Room Over Time was developed as a member of Crit and displayed as a series of 4-color risograph prints as part of Wallplay's ON CANAL Experience.
Nature MagazineIllustration 2019
I was commissioned by a university biology lab to create possible cover illustrations for Nature Magazine based on their accepted paper on stem cell research and the treatment of Type I diabetes. My submissions were inspired by data visualizations in the paper and the Lab Director's vision of something traveling from one place to another.
I Didn't Ask for the HabitIllustration 2018
I Didn't Ask for the Habit is an abstract comic created with an experimental workflow incorporating image data from Processing sketches, 3D models in Rhino and Grasshopper, screenshots, and Photoshop. I gave a workshop on this process at ITP Camp in 2018.