My digital and artistic scholarship takes form in socially conscious and interdisciplinary projects. Alone in the studio, caught up in my head, my artistic practice investigates the intersection where progress meets failure. This works usually originates from a place where glitches, malfunction and happenstance instigate profound consequence. Out in the wild, working collaboratively and with community partners, my artistic practice seeks to find ways to amplify the voices of others to raise awareness, promote understanding and encourage education.
I teach courses in studio art and digital media at the University of Rochester where I am currently the Director of Digital Media Studies and Academic Director for Studio Art.
A joint venture of the Digital Media Studies Program and the Memorial Art Gallery