Designer in New York
Looking for a new job as my contract at Bloomberg News comes to a close in November. Open to full-time: design, front-end dev, copywriting. Please pass along. Thank you internet!
Designing imaginative interfaces, products, and environments for creative expression and community building.
I worked on redesigning Bloomberg Big Take and author pages. Additionally, I designed and launched a new homepage ticker and made accessibility updates to Bloomberg’s mobile app.
I redesigned core aspects of Kickstarter’s arts publication, The Creative Independent. I also designed and built a weekly email newsletter that was sent to 19,000 readers, print publications, and zines that were distributed to thousands of readers.
I taught Interaction Design at Parsons School of Design in Spring 2020.
At Ratio 3 I designed public art installations for Facebook and the Moscone Center, created 3D renderings, organized exhibitions, and worked closely with artists and collectors.
I designed and built a website/blog for QDPG (an architecture studio in Montreal) to document their recent passive house project.
I am currently working closely with Becca Abbe (designer) to develop a new website for artist Laurie Simmons that archives her extensive career and work.
I worked closely with Laural Schwulst (designer) to develop a new membership flow for The Bento Society a project by Yancey Sticker (founder of Kickstarter).
I worked with Steven Holl's foundation to build several exhibition websites.
I developed a new website with Carl Williamson (designer) for artist Carroll Dunham's career and work.
I designed and developed a website for Kinet, a website for film and film writing.
I designed a new website/shop for Topos Press, a publishing project run by Topos Bookstore in New York.
Empty Day is a day of no social media to promote better mental health. I designed an identity, website, nation wide advertising campaign, and an app to spread the word about the project.
Designed and developed a website for artist Ellie Hunter.
Designed and developed a website for Baba Yaga gallery in Hudson, New York.
A social network (with rhythm) over email. in collaboration with Mark Beasley.
A movement to get people excited about the radical possibilities of writing and publishing with raw HTML.
A text-only community website that I designed and built.
A cafe on the Internet. Open from 8am-11pm.
A directory for exploring personal websites, experiments, and community sites.
I was asked to give a virtual walk through my work and the community websites I've built.
I was asked to speak at Upstatement Studio about my design work and side projects such as Special Fish and Gossip's Web.
Fruitful School is an independently-run learning initiative for making websites. I was a visiting critic to Fruitful School's final project critique and was also commissioned to make a video explaining my design process.
I was invited to be a guest critic at Laura Coomb's Senior Projects Graphic Design Intensive at Pratt Institute.
I was interviewed by Pando Daily about Special Fish and the 'slow web' movement.
Designer Min Guhong interviewed me about Special Fish for Littor Magazine, a literature magazine in South Korea.
"I think we can all agree that this is where we should be headed. I try not to say should - this is the one time. A big directory of people. I’m a big directory freak. But it hadn’t even occured to me to make a social network that is just a directory."