Everybody loves brunch!
For Designer Fund’s article Designing with Intention. Under the direction of Ben Blumenfeld.
A poster series for the Bridge Speaker Series, which features a weekly program of product designers and tech industry leaders give talks and workshops at the Designer Fund to inspire, share processes, and start conversations.
For the Designer Fund, under the direction of Ben Blumenfeld.
Three key animations for the health and fitness Armour39 mobile app under the direction of the Under Armour Innovation Lab. Available in the iTunes store.
I drew new, digital fonts from letterpress prints of historically significant wood type. Responsibilities included proof printing type, drawing glyphs, and setting metrics/ kerning. I worked on the typefaces Grecian Light Face, French Octagon, and Cosmopolitan. Available for purchase and on Typekit.
Grecian Light Face
For the One Kings Lane blog, a series of of spot illustrations.
Editors: Ali Hall, Kelly Lack. Graphic Designer: Sarah Schwartz.
Attempts on Her Life, by Martin Crimp, is a play in 17 disconnected scenes with no specified actors, characters, or stage directions. Crimp builds a portrait of an unseen woman named Anne, who is described variously as an activist, a model of car, a deceased child, a mother, a hacker, an artist, a film character, among other things. As these scenes progress they simultaneously paint a more detailed description of Anne, as well as a more confusing one making it impossible to separate these different “attempts” of Anne. The text furthers this ambiguity by foreshadowing future motifs and referencing details from previous scenes.
Automatic Spotlight explores the possibility of engaging inactive spaces. Working with a Microsoft Kinect sensor, I wanted to create an interaction that was physically reactive and in physical space (as opposed to screen-based), given that the Kinect works with a physical input.
This project was built with a Microsoft Kinect, Martin Mac 2000 intelligent light fixture, openFrameworks, DmxUsbPro, and Marek Bereza’s version of Eric Sjodin’s cppGlue/DmxPro.
The final form of this program features a calibration tool to map the moving light to an n-row/column grid, and then uses those coordinates to point to a person tracked using simple image analysis with openCV. Though a Kinect was used to capture the image data, a regular camera imput might work just as well.
The DmxUsbPro which was used to send DMX packages to the moving light fixture.