I like playing with media and technology to design stories, products, and experiences.
I'm the founder/principal at Bit Experientialist. I'm also pursuing a MSc in Behavioural Science from The LSE, and serving on the board of UnionDocs, a non-profit center for documentary art. You can read about some of my other ongoing projects over here.
I've held a variety of roles in media and tech, most recently bizdev for The New York Times / Fake Love. Previously, I helped build and launch several startups in NYC, joining Pond5 as one of its earliest employees, co-founding award-winning equity crowdfunding platform TapTape, and leading creative development for Sketchfab.
I began my career in music, working as an artist, producer, and performer with groups such as Voxtrot, Beirut, Yellow Ostrich, and others. During this time, I was a sound recordist for the 2013 film Cutie and the Boxer, which was nominated for an Academy Award.
I have a thing for bad wordplay, and enjoy spending time with bicycles, languages, bodies of water, and other modes of discovery.
A living opera, an art project unfolding over the course of 24 years, and an exercise in gross self-indulgence.
A platform for transmedia documentary, and a memorial aiming to encourage cultural and ecological awareness.
A collection of absurd humor dressed in the politics of the internet. Loki activism, design of the apocalypse.