MFA Design + Technology
Parsons, The New School for Design
BFA Graphic Design / Digital Arts Concentration Spring 2006
Magna Cum Laude
The College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ
Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Quark, Final Cut Pro, Flash Design/Animation
HTML, CSS, AS2, openFrameworks (C++), AS3, PHP/MySQL, Arduino, Python, Processing, Physical Computing
Freelance Creative Technologist: 2006-Present
Currently working across a broad variety of media including but not limited to web (design and development), mobile applications, installations, and several open source projects.
Teaching Fellow,Teaching Assistant: August 2009-December 2009
Parsons the New School for Design, New York, NY
Taught two graduate-level courses consisting of a three week daily intensive course and a semester long studio. Covered topics ranging from introductory programming concepts and web development basics to full fledge application programming in a variety of languages, including: Java (Processing), PHP/MySQL, Wordpress CMS and AS3.
Interactive Designer: June 2006-July 2008
D2 Creative, Somerset, NJ
Responsibilities include design, development and production of mostly interactive work for clients such as AAA, Fujifilm, The National Zoo, and Pfizer, as well as many others. Work includes websites, flash animation, interactive CDs, presentations, and print work.
Freelance Web/Print Designer: February 2006-Winter 2007
Collaboration with nT:Neurotransmitter Radio Art Collaborative
Designed an identity and full interactive site for the project “The FM Ferry Experiment”. Taking place in the Fall of 2007, the project transformed the Staten Island Ferry into a mobile radio-broadcast plat- form. Site contains podcasts, streaming audio, schedules of broadcasts, and other information about the project. Featured at EYEBEAM Gallery, NY, NY.
Intern/Freelance Web Designer: May 2005 – November 2005
The American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY
Complete redesign for the museum’s Margaret Mead Film and Video Festival website. Built both a flash teaser site and a full 60+ page PHP/HTML/Flash site that encompasses the entire festival.