I am a digital artist, musician, and teacher whose work focuses on accessibility and sensory experiences. My work has covered issues of listening in the gallery space, the relationships between sight and sound, and the accessibility of art. Generally, I aim to create works that a diverse range of people can enjoy, including adults and children, and those with or without disabilities.
I have exhibited at Rock! Paper! Scissors!, the Santa Cruz MAH, San Jose 01 Festival, and Intervene! Interrupt! Rethinking Art as Social Practice. My written work has been presented at conferences held by the College Art Association and the Association for Computing Machinery.
In addition to my artwork, I occasionally work as a sound engineer, programmer, video editor, and tutor. Currently, I am working on Rock Vibe, the Learn Max/MSP website, which will be dedicated to providing a full library of free programming lessons, and providing AV services at the Community School of Music and the Arts. By day, I create electronics lessons at TechKnowHow, Inc., a wonderful company filled with wonderful people.