Installation views, mixed videos, and some full videos of my most recent works. Read more about my approach.


Digital Conglomerate

Digital Conglomerate is characteristic of my more graphic, rhythm-based works. It was shown on large sceens inside and out as part of the Supernova 2019, an animation festival in Denver, Colorado.

still showing installation view of digital conglomerate
still showing installation view of digital conglomerate

Installation view at the Denver Film Festival Annex at McNichols Civic Center

Digital Conglomerate in full

Make Manifest

Make Manifest is an in-progress series of works focused on the interplay between historic and modern video synthesizers and editors. It was begun at the Institute for Electronic Arts, in Alfred, New York.

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still showing installation view of work
still showing installation view of work
still showing installation view of work
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still showing installation view of work
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Excerpt from Make Manifest 01

Exceprt from Make Manifest 04

Digital animation + Fairlight CVI

Jets to Codie

Using the Fairlight CVI to create variations on a Codie original animation. The base version was shown as part of Codie on Canal.

installation view of jets to codie
installation view of jets to codie with man
panoramam installation view of jets to codie

Installation views and excerpts

Homage to Aldo

Homage to Aldo, echoes the works of its namesake, Aldo Tambellini, by degrading the artist's round works and projecting them as a multichannel, unsynced installation.

monochrome still from homage to aldo
installation view of homage to aldo
monochrome still from homage to aldo
monochrome still from homage to aldo
monochrome still from homage to aldo
monochrome still from homage to aldo

Installation view filmed at IEA's Immersion Gallery

Monochrome pieces created by rescanning digital animations and applying live manipulations from an analog frame buffer.

Color views created using modern Eurorack synths and video editing sofware.

Summer ’91

Perhaps the most difficult to experience through a web-browser, Summer ’91 is a part of a group of summer-themed, nostalgic works based on my childhood in Southern California. In this piece, a multichannel installation of a simple, repeating circle inculcates the same feelings of fertile boredom as a summer afternoon.

still from summer ’91
installation view of summer ’91

Installation views and excerpts