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 have 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 Metro Detroit area I also 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 and a Guest Researcher in the Department of Design & Communication at Southern Denmark University in Kolding, DK.