digging of a pipeline
collaborations

Visualizing Pipeline Impacts

[ Website for public advocacy: vzpi.org ] Visualizing Pipeline Impacts employs a variety of media and strategies – remote sensing, spatial analysis, drone imagery, infographics and visual arguments – to explain shale gas…

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mobile
collaborations

Urban Research Toolkit

[ Web/mobile platform for spatial research ] The Urban Research Toolkit (URT) prototyped an open-source, online mapping platform for cooperative research within a user-friendly interface across thematic layers of urban locations. Designed as…

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collaborations

dataMyne

[ Online platform for creative communities ] Myne is an open-source online platform to connect and visualize relationships between the people, courses, research and projects within an academic community. Myne can help reveal…

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collaborations

Traversing the City

[ installation ] Can a combination of photographs, maps, and census data begin to tell a story about a city?  Can the photographic perceptions illuminate the cities history, demography and possible future? What…

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collaborations

Tropical America

[ Online narrative game ] Tropical America fuses the new world of video games to a compelling past through a journey to unravel the mysteries of the Americas. Developed in collaboration with Los…

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collaborations

Inter: Reactive

[Interactive stories ] Five cross-cultural, interactive narratives explore a layered experience of urban space along themes of magical realism, film noir, gaming, memory and mystery. Part of a two-year project to explore how…

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website
collaborations

Turning from the Millennium

[ Interactive documentary ] An interactive exploration of South Central LA and Echo Park, two historic neighborhoods which have experienced radical demographic shifts, social upheaval, big city politics. A collaboration with OnRamp Arts,…

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art works, collaborations

Electronic Corpse

[ A four-channel video sculpture ] Inspired by the Surrealist practice of the Exquisite Corpse, I collaborated with three then-UCSB students Josh Churchill, Jessica D’Elena and Robert Lee to generate four tracks of…

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