My work explores human/machine collaboration and experiments at the intersection between emerging digital technologies and traditional studio arts practices. Using an interdisciplinary approach, I investigate how unfinished or imperfect artifacts of these technologies can trigger reflection on our collective perceptions of labor, value, and authorship.

I hold a BFA in Photography from College For Creative Studies in Detroit, MI and an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, MI.  During my years in the Detroit area I served as a founding member of OmniCorpDetroit, the city’s first collectively-run hackerspace.
As an Arts Educator I have a strong focus on collaborative, project-based learning practices and a deep background of experience in the development and operation of creative Maker/Hacker spaces.

I am currently based in Vejle, DK.