2' | Interactive VIDEO | 2018
Bind reflects the ephemeral nature of those who occupy its space. In the video, someone enters the room and finds a large, cumbersome book. This person sits across from you and begins to glance through its contents. As the reader moves through the book, he encounters something strange, something that looks familiar.
SOMEONE MUST LOOK
3' | Interactive | 2017
Premiere Dec. 2017 in exhibition Of Electronic Dreams and Mediated Realities, Lawrence, KS
Someone Must Look is an audiovisual work that requires the presence of a viewer. A single participant enters the room and is seated in a chair, engaging the work which then engages the viewer. The concept of the piece explores how authority figures amass power by exclaiming others to be defected in some way.
"From the High Desert"
VOICE PORTRAIT | 2018
A portrait of Art Bell based on a spectrogram analysis of the late broadcaster's voice. This image was captured during his signature welcome, "From the high desert..."
Interactive PROJECTION | 2018
A memory space. Several strips of video play back recordings of those who were in the space previously. The work interrupts the complacency of passersby and draws attention their to others who share the space.
the drink you drink
25' | FILM | 2016
International premiere Nov. 6 2016, Bangalore, India
Honorable Mention awarded by The LA Underground Film Forum
Best Sound nominee, 2016 Lithuania Wolves Independent International Film Festival
The Drink You Drink is an experimental, sound-driven, symbolic film. It is inspired by the idea that two seemingly different things may in fact be the same, and that they may each lead to the same dark end. Each section of the film may be thought of as an intensification of this idea.
8' | FILM | 2015
Premiere 9.July.2015, Santa Cruz New Music Society
International premiere 2016 Matera Intermedia Festival, Matera, Italy
Shown at 2017 Atlanterium Festival, Atlanta, Georgia
Graveyard Shift is a piece inspired by the events that I experienced while working overnight at a retail store. I filmed the videos over the course of two days and then spent one week editing the video and one week writing the music. All videos were shot with a GoPro camera in Lincoln, Nebraska and in an abandoned pioneer's cemetery in western Iowa called Slates Cemetery (est. 1878).