Currently settled in SF working on sonifying brain waves and other sonic and creative endeavors.
Audio and interactivity design for the Autonomous Video Hut, a solar powered structure that charges by day and turns into an audio video playground at night.
Music and sound design for THX’s Amazing Life trailer.
Interactive audio design for Mikey Siegel‘s meditative HeartSync project experienced at Burning Man 2013.
Chiptune inspired Score for the short film, I’ll Be Fine, about a family living with autism. The film is often centered on the pros and cons of the roles TV and video games play in their lives.
Continuing to perform music with many friends and sharing the stage with many acts. From The Flaming Lips, Wu-Tang Clan, The Roots and The Black Keys to favorites Drums & Tuba, Houseguest, Trouble Books, Gator and Kool Keith. Currently playing beat sets as Puffy Shapes while on the road. Also, performing with Krista Tortora in Asheville, NC as Tokyo Shapiro, with Corey Farrow and Steve Clements in Akron, Ohio as Miyamigo, with Adam Berk in San Francisco as Solver and building a live set for spring of 2014 with the Los Angeles based act, Hill Sleepers.
Good Tines is the first of a series of Global Songs created as part of One Day on Earth and filmed on 11.11.11. Built side by side in Adobe Premiere and Ableton Live and featuring musicians from around the world including Cut Chemist (Los Angeles), Hal Walker and Jacob Trombetta (Akron, Ohio), Qofi Menza (Ghana), Forero (Mexico City) and Brett Lashua (Leads, UK).
A co-production between PatternBased and Rubber City Noise, the Wandering Noise Cave included a location on the Detroit Superior Bridge that featured 3 days of live music and visuals, an art gallery, record shop and mobile busking noise rigs that wandered the bridge as part of Cleveland, Ohio’s Ingenuity Fest.
A series of quite reflective pieces. Originally published in 2005, Infraction Records is re-releasing Sounds for a Photograph on vinyl later in 2013. Cover photograph by Kelly Prescott.