Two People In a Room Over TimeHighlight Illustration 2019
Two People in a Room Over Time is a sequential series of prints inspired by "a big 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.
I Didn't Ask for the HabitHighlight Illustration 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.
Selected writingHighlight Writing 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
GifsAnimation 2018 - 2019
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 .
Commissioned IllustrationIllustration 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.