I create audio/visual artwork with iterative algorithms.

 I’ve always been fascinated by setting up a series of rules or conditions in a computer and then running that process over and over to observe the results. Many of my works are multi-sensory experiences that transcode digital information between sound and image. My work draws on a deep admiration of composer John Cage (indeterminacy), scientist Stephen Wolfram (cellular automata), artist Ryoji Ikeda (sound and animation), artist Ash Thorp (motion graphics), and artist Sol Lewitt (analog proceduralism). Utilizing technology in this context allows for unprecedented degrees of expression, but often presents significant technological and aesthetic puzzles. I deeply enjoy attempting to solve these puzzles while creating a meaningfull aesthetic experience.