Showcased in HP Innovation Journal Issue 11.
Custom made for the needs of our fish and oyster friends.
Showed in the Museum of Art and Design in NYC as part of Non-Stick Nostalgia: Y2K Retrofuturism in Contemporary Jewelry.
A hosted series of gatherings where people of all different backgrounds come together and make art along various themes.
Silicon Valley styling: Clothing featuring passwords from the 2012 LinkedIn hack.
Appropriating some of the taken-for-granted facets of corporate life into festive jewelry.
Computer history has many levels.
Celebrating one year since the rescue of Paul Wall and Dead Inside from a Rhode Island seafood market.
Teaching oysters how to read binary.
(The answer is no). A series of necklaces considering all of the places pearls can come from.
The beginning of an oyster-research based artistic practice.
Trying to blend in, but sometimes there are fingerprints.
Considering gender and technology through a maximalist, alternative approach to wearables.
An ornate wearable that uses sensors and other electronics to accentuate and intensify jewelry's already inherent functionalities.
Screen captures from the digital video portion of the JewelJewel project.
Jewelry, electronics, manuals, and sentimental value.
Elegant set of personable electronic pearl jewelry.
Fine jewelry and pop culture
Video of robotic necklaces in Rome
Series of robotic necklaces
Robotic Butterfly Necklace
Drawings from EHP Spring 2015
Interaction Design Furniture Project
Questions of Usability
Technology and the Environment
Pieces modeled in Rhino and rendered in FlamingoNXT.
Can we empathize with squid?
Hardrive / Hard-wear