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.

Graduate Work

A public light installation displaying the potential power of urban sustainable energy in the City of Vancouver.
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.

R&D Media Labs

RnD Comic
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.
How Do I?
A labor of love with my friend Jacob Rogers. We decided to try our hands at a podcast and see how we enjoyed it.
LED Bop
While working on non-traditional methods of presenting tutorials, I really wanted to try the format of a song.

DIY Instructions

Visualizing-Circuits
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.
Glass-Ornaments
I've been blowing glass for a very short amount of time, and figured it would be nice to show a simple tutorial on making something easy like a Christmas ornament, that you can give to anyone you wanted.
babypool
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.

Undergraduate Work

Glass Rockets
What started out as form and function (cylinders of varying sizes), turned into a kind of play (tops and barbells).
Photo Bomb
One of the first projects I received when I decided to become a Conceptual Arts major, was a photo bombing project.
Glass People
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.