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Don't fear, I'm a Computational Media artist.
What does that mean?
I make films, websites, show flyers, do projection mapping, make music, visuals, and also challenging installation art. I am forever interested in aiding humankind by way of artistic design. I have worked on big projects for Fortune 500-funded startups, and for major universities, but I also have a big heart for the little guys. As a freelance web-developer, I have created a niche (and potential trend) for helping non-profits and social entrepreneurs to achieve their dreams and better this great planet. As an artist, I've shifted perspectives to a world of weird, and as a filmmaker, I hope to excavate the ancestry of the soul through the film Axé Orixá.
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April 19, 2012
Yellow Cave is an immersive cave environment with a multitude of faces looking in at the viewer, where warm lights and meditative music create a space that is separate from all that is around and outside.
When good friend and collaborator Laurie Shapiro contacted me and asked if I wanted to travel across the country to add music to her installation, of course I said yes. As later described, “So much of our friendship is me asking you if you want to do crazy things, and you just saying ‘yeah, okay.'”. I suppose it’s the truth, considering our last summer’s hitchhiking adventure across Europe.
This time, though, it was just a long, long greyhound ride to Pittsburgh, and then a road trip down to Birmingham, where we installed what became happily known as “Yellow Cave” in the Paint the Town Red Festival (a benefit for the American Red Cross). The festival was filled with wonderful artists and artworks, and the people of Birmingham couldn’t have been cooler and more welcoming.
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