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Watercolors

December 7, 2016

A series of Watercolors from my trip across the US.

Hearth and Cellar

September 9, 2016

Hearth and Cellar was a pop up dinner club in San Francisco that I collaborated on with Chef Gabriel Sanders. The project was exciting because we knew we wanted to build a brand with a consistent and comfortable atmosphere, without being attached to a physical space. It had to be lightweight and digital, but remain […]

Storybook App

September 9, 2016

StoryBook is a photo sharing startup that I have been working with for the past two years. From the time when it was initially conceived to the present day, I have helped to shape the vision and the implementation of the app. When they were first starting out, I went through and helped to identify […]

Disruption Engine

September 9, 2016

Disruption Engine was a collaboration that I undertook with my good friend Nikhil Kalathil stemming from a series conversations we had based on ideas he had been working on as a part of his graduate research at Stanford. Working with an incubator program and a number of startups in Cleveland Ohio, we set out to […]

Storylens Pictures

September 9, 2016

StoryLens Pictures is a small production company focused on crafting documentaries that highlight projects which have a positive impact on their local community. Because their requirements were fairly simple, I was able to focus on streamlining their content posting and display processes and creating a super tight integration with Vimeo. The site uses JSON, the Vimeo […]

Business Cards

June 5, 2016

For this design I used excerpts from a series of my uncle Ken’s paintings as textures, there are five different designs within the pack. I admire Ken’s work for the amount of complexity that occurs within a seemingly simple composition. In art, as in life, sometimes the things that affect us most are the things that […]

Hong Kong

May 6, 2016

A series of photos from my trip to Hong Kong

Semantic Servers

November 11, 2014

The concept from when I began building this site was to develop a semantic server. This means essentially, that the URL at any point should describe, in intelligible english where in the site you are. By using the existing semantic structures in english, we can build computers that actually describe the content they contain, as we develop […]

Coffee Tables

May 5, 2014

A three legged coffee table I designed and built using a black walnut flitch and some recovered white pine boards.

Landscapes

June 23, 2013

This series of landscapes was the result of my experiments with graphite powder and masking tape.

Recursive Functions

December 14, 2012

These sketches were developed using Processing, coded in Java using the processing API and visual feedback interface. Each application gathered input from the user via the keyboard or mouse controls, and used this data to generate complex responsive imagery. These applications were not only fun to build and interact with, but they provided fascinating insight […]

Paris

July 14, 2012

A series of sketches done from the the window of my apartment in Paris. These sketches explore a wide variation in the qualities of light. Ranging from the somber to the brilliant, each drawing holds a unique character although they all depict the same scene. Hung as a series, these drawings were my last serious […]

Infographics

June 2, 2012

Information design is a topic that greatly interests me. Through a combination of theory — pulling from the likes of Edward Tufte and Josef Albers — and practice through applications in silkscreen and web design — I have honed my  understanding of information design, which I apply to almost every project that I complete. I […]