A selection of my work...
Here you will find a small sampling of work I've done over the years. If you'd like to see everything, you're welcome to head over to the archives.
The table-non-table is a exploration of slow technology in the home and everyday designers.
By applying Research through Design techniques, this work seeks to explore twelve alternative approaches to traditional tutorial presentation methods.
A public light installation displaying the potential power of urban sustainable energy in the City of Vancouver.
R&D Media Labs
A labor of love with my friend Jacob Rogers. We decided to try our hands at a podcast and see how we enjoyed it.
While working on our final project for our Bachelors Degree we decided we didn't have enough to do and opted to undertake a web comic.
While working on non-traditional methods of presenting tutorials, I really wanted to try the format of a song.
I had that idea that creating a visualization of the electron flow within a circuit might help me understand better what's going on, and this is my attempt to accomplish that.
At the prospect of spending over a hundred dollars on souvenirs for friends, I started searching for a way out.
My sister and I both had babies while living abroad. Our mother still wanted to have showers for each of us, and we figured out ways to convert quite a few games to their distance counterparts.
One of the first projects I received when I decided to become a Conceptual Arts major, was a photo bombing project.
What started out as an excercise in repetition, and a piece you make to warm up your tools, for me, quickly blossomed into one of my favorite things to make in glass.
What started out as form and function (cylinders of varying sizes), turned into a kind of play (tops and barbells).