Pinhole Camera Experiments

Pinhole Camera Experiments

Pinhole camera photography is a small hobby of mine. Here is a collection of some photos I took in the summer of 2012.

What I love about this analog technology is the relief from exactitude and intentionality. The results are always surprising. The quality of the photos is usually excellent, and all of the subject matter is in focus.

Fresh Media 2012

Fresh Media 2012

Fresh Media 2012 was a group exhibition of dynamic media from April 13 – 20, 2012 at 225 Friend Street in downtown Boston. Sponsored by the Dynamic Media Institute.

Mid-semester Siesta

Mid-semester Siesta

A typographic piece expressing my exhaustion by the demands of weekly production during the pursuit of my post-bac in design.

Typeface: Knockout.

Flowchart of Romantic Rejection

Flowchart of Romantic Rejection

This is a flowchart of romantic rejection, infinite denial edition. A girl had just said she no longer wanted to see me, and this diagram was the result.

Negative Name Tag

Negative Name Tag

A quick conceptual piece in the same vein as the “Sorry, we’re open” signs.

Visual Palindrome Drawing Tool

Visual Palindrome Drawing Tool

This was the first program that I made with the Processing language. It’s a very simple tool that mirrors whatever the user draws. It also included functionality to erase parts of the doodle, save the image, and clear it.

View the source code on GitHub.

in/flux

in/flux

In/flux was a group exhibition in the Doran Gallery at Massachusetts College of Art and Design from April 28 to May 7, 2011. It was the first exhibition ever of all of the post-bac students’ artwork.

mediaLuscious

mediaLuscious

MediaLuscious was a group exhibition of dynamic media on March 5, 2011. It was sponsored by the Dynamic Media Institute and took place in the Pozen Center at Massachusetts College of Art and Design.

The exhibition featured my interactive resume prototype.

Conceptually reusable birthday card

Conceptually reusable birthday card

This birthday card can be tweaked in Photoshop and used for every year of a person’s life.

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