On my website, you'll find a mix of my experimental projects and more polished work. You'll also find plenty of code reference, tools, and teaching material on my site (once I get it populated) with a focus on tool-making for people with a non-technical background. Whether you're a student, a fellow artist, or just curious about my process, I invite you to explore my digital portfolio and learn something new.
For now, I'm focusing on populating the Code & Articles pages with a bunch of content that I've been developing over the last year.
Or reach out to me on any social media instead, I tend to be friendly.