Full-time Lectuer, Integrated Digital Media
Department of Technology, Culture and Society
New York University
2013- Current - Full Time Lecturer, Integrated Digital Media NYU
2017 - Current - Design Consultant, Raeven Architecture, New York
2009 - Current - Media Advisor, Maya Lin Studio, New York
2011-2012 - Co-Founder, BLDG BLOK, NYU DUMBO Incubator, New York
2010-2012 - Adjunct Assistant Professor, Integrated Digital Media, NYU
2010 -2011 - Adjunct Assistant Professor, Courant Institute, NYU
2007-2008 - Manager, (C- Lab) Columbia Laboratory for Architectural Broadcasting, New York
2006-2011 - Producer, Bitforms Gallery, New York
2007-2008 - Adjunct Assistant Professor, Tisch School of the Arts (ITP), NYU
2006-2007 - Visual Studies Instructor, GSAPP School of Architecture, Columbia University
2005-2011 - Co-Founder, WIKA Studio, New York
2003-2004 - Visualization Designer, Rafael Vinoly Architects, New York
Developed and hosted the Other Fields: Aesthetic Inquiry into New Landscape symposium at NYU Berlin and developed interdisciplinary research focusing on communication between Artists and Scientists. Support provided by NYU Berlin, NYU Provost’s Office, NYU Center for Humanaties, and the Department of Technology, Culture and Society at NYU. Summer 2017.
Co-Pi on Digitizing the City Record Grant, funded in the amount of $260,000 by the NEH. Online Digitization and Archive of over 1 Million historical NYC records. 2016 - Current.
Key Partner representing NYU on the AR/VR Commercialization Grant funded in the amount of $6M by the NYCEDC and the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment (MOME).
Media Advisor to Maya Lin’s 5th and Final Memorial, What is Missing? about endangered species and habitat loss. The project includes an environmental stewardship component taking form of a traveling exhibition with interactive sculpture and educational website. 2009-current.
Co-Director of The Satellite, an installation featuring a live view of earth from Space for audiences and educational institutions on the ground. Project board included NASA Astronaut Charles Camarda. The Satellite supported the development of a realtime, experiential, and hyper-realistic portrait of Earth, using live data from observation satellites to allow the public a direct encounter with the planet. Two years of research were funded by Hewlett-Packard. 2014. NYC.
(ABD) PhD Candidate in Civil Engineering at Tandon School of Engineering
New York University, Current
MPS. from ITP Tisch School of the Arts
New York University, 2005
B.Arch School of Architecture and Design
The University of Kansas, 2003