A bowl/plate that captures a series of photos of your face when you eat what's in it. The embedded technology allows for "food" eats (you) first instead of our "phones eating first". I aim to subvert foodie culture and the desire to post pictures of our food on social media. This media capture could serve as a space for reflection and mindful eating. Do we capture our food to truly remember it or to show others? When is eating considered a highlight? What memories of consumption should we store?
This project changes light colors based on movement within a stairwell. It deals with reflective/non-reflective surfaces that further manipulate the overall effect of the light in the stairwell area, creating an other-worldly experience.
Flow is a site specific interactive artwork, created for Sam and Dale Griffin’s new Palo Alto home. The piece uses soil moisture data and projection mapping to enhance the landscape architecture by Andrea Cochran come nightfall.
Traffic Push is an interactive installation which allows for passive interaction by providing a visual of google maps traffic data abstracted into a slow moving animation. The voice enabled 'play mode' allows you to actively gesture to manipulate this animation.