A music video I made for the song Learn To Swim by The You Suck Flying Circus
A series of videos taken from a Max/MSP/Jitter patch that showcase various features of the patch and post-processing effects.
This first video, done for my friend Chris Knollmeyer, was a collaboration that shows the audio tracking capabilities of the patch. It has post-processing done by Chris himself.
A datamoshed example of recursive elements, set up by pointing the camera at a projection of the screen and hitting record.
My personal favorite, set to a Kuh-Lida track, this shows off both the audio tracking capabilities and the visual feedback element the patch was built for. It also gives a look at the patch itself as I had to get it set up.
This was a test video for the next one to see how one of my songs would work with the process.
A long-form video set to my 2014 album Since Sixteen
These next three images were all sourced and then glitched (using a combination of sublime text editor and photoshop) to explore the digital realm and create new works out of a single image. The original image of a blackwatch tartan plaid was converted into three different file types (.png, .jpg, and .tiff, respectively) to achieve the effect. Prints of the images were featured in the 2014 Fitchburg Art Museum 79th Regional Exhibition of Art & Craft.
Sweater Off Dead
Split with Moonish Brute
YR BF - Fun with Fin and Fenn
How You Feel...
RTFM - Cowards & Ghosts
RTFM - Enemies, Closer!
RTFM - Autumn Mix
RTFM - inhalexile
A portfolio for a freelance copywriter
An online respository of family recipes
An in-progress series of lessons to teach bass to a friend
A digital humanities project of folk art and conspiracies
A three.js motion and audio demo (contains audio)
A three.js platformer and geometry demo
A css-based art site (contains audio)
An online text adventure
Clark University Class of 2015
Major: Music Technology
Image Processing: Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator
Data Processing: Matlab
Audio Editing: Pro Tools, Max/MSP, Ableton Live
Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, Outlook
Creative: Adobe Photoshop, Cinema4D, CoGe