Born in Miami, FL and living in New York City, I’ve worked with brands and businesses such as Shazam Entertainment, Noise Marketing, Michael C. Fina, nuvoTV, Intel, McAfee, JPMorgan Chase and TRESemme.
My personal projects have been shown across the US, UK, Japan and Canada at venues such as The Kitchen (NYC), Whitney Museum of American Art, Greene Naftali gallery (NYC), Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami, Bas Fisher Invitational (Miami, FL), Fabric Workshop and Museum (Philadelphia), de la Cruz Collection (Miami), and Roulette (NYC), among others. I’ve also performed and shown my work at festivals like All Tomorrow’s Parties (UK), No Fun Fest, SXSW, and Images Festival (Toronto).
Back in Miami I helped start a band called Monotract, and make music (and other creative media) independently. My solo album, “Be The Climb” was released by Ecstatic Peace Records.
As a teaching artist, I’ve been a member of the Visiting Artist Faculty at the MFA/Design & Technology Department at Parsons the New School for Design and of the Movement Research Festival Faculty.
I earned my Master’s degree from the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at NYU, where I studied:
- User Experience Design
- Narrative Storytelling
- Interactive Sound and Performance
- Web Development
- Interactive Television
- Physical Computing
- Computational Media
- Multimedia Design