I am a designer and educator living in Newark, Delaware, USA.

I teach at the University of Delaware as Associate Professor of Graphic and Interaction Design, perform workshops in creative process, typography, robotics and physical computing, service a wide array of select clients and am invited to speak to audiences world-wide. My creative research interrogates relationships between language, technology, materials and people. My studio, Design is good for you, operates as a collaboration between creative constituents around the world.

Current/Recent Projects

trp-main Technographic Research Project
Research and workshopping of techniques, tools and processes for incorporating digital fabrication and physical computing technologies into the 21st century design classroom

vswtp-main2 Vista Sans Wood Type Project
A collaborative exploration of the interplay between traditional craft processes and digital fabrication technology.

twoLovers-main2 twoLovers
alphaBots as Installation Art
Greenleaf Gallery, Whittier College, Whittier, CA

MotH-diagram-low Museum of the Hand
Illuminating the beauty and importance of cursive handwriting
Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Wilmington, DE

New and Interesting:

May 2016: I will be part of the upcoming exhibition “Assimilation”, curated by Frankie Flood and Nicole Jacquard, Kenilworth Square East Gallery at the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee. From the press release, “The exhibition, in conjunction with the 2016 Zoom Milwaukee Symposium, will focus on the idea of digital craft and showcase artwork and designed objects that demonstrate an integrated use of digital technique with that of traditional craft process.”

Ongoing: Tricia Treacy and I have been awarded a Project Grant from the Center for Craft, Creativity and Design to support our examination, documentation and workshopping of contemporary, post-digital creative practice, with a specific focus on understanding the relationship between handmade production and digital technologies.

In the Past:

twoLovers on exhibit at Whittier College in Los Angeles, CA through January 16, 2015.
Collaboration with Troy Richards.

alphaBot Workshop at The Hacktory as part of Design Philadelphia
in conjunction with AIGA Philadelphia

Technographic Workshop at Virginia Commonwealth University with Tricia Treacy
Richmond, VA
10.22.14 & 10.24.14

alphaBot Workshop at Association Typographique Internationale (ATypI) conference
with Tricia Treacy, Barcelona, Spain
9.17.14 – 9.21.14

alphaBot Workshop at Siggraph 2014
Vancouver, Canada
8.10.14 – 8.14.14

Technographic Workshop at Typecon 2014 with Tricia Treacy
Washington, DC
7.30.14 & 7.31.14

Artist’s Talk about the Vista Sans Wood Type Project at the Albin O. Kuhn Gallery,
University of Maryland Baltimore County.

Guest on Design Recharge - a weekly web show devoted to inspiring, motivating, connecting, and educating both established and new designers.

Visiting Designer / Workshop and Lecture at Appalachian State University, Boone, NC
11.7.13 -11.10.13

Panelist: Paper Weight: A panel discussion & pop-up book shop, Vox Populi Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

DrawBots at World Maker Faire New York. Maker group “Barrel of Makers” brought the bots I designed to this maker extravaganza.
9.21.13 – 9.22.13

Exhibition Opening of “The Vista Sans Wood Type Project” at the Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery, University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD

Cursive Machine, Knock Knock and Radio Silence featured on WGNO (ABC) in New Orleans, LA

DrawBot Workshop at The Creative Vision Factory for Barrel of Makers, Wilmington, DE

Exhibition Opening of “Void Loop” at Press Street’s Antenna Gallery, New Orleans, LA

Max Workshop at The Hactory/ Department of Making and Doing, Philadelphia, PA

Presentation & Book Release of The Vista Sans Wood Type Project at TYPO Berlin, Berlin, Germany