Born in Santa Monica, California Dec. 1970. Lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.




Harvard University - Graduate School of Design, Advanced Studies Program, MDeS 2008-2010.

Artistic research in neuroaesthetics, sound and spatial practice

The Royal Institute of Art (KKH) – Stockholm, Sweden, 2006-2008.

Project artist in sculpture/ Prof. Heinrich Mullner

New York University - Gallatin/ I.T.P. Tisch School of the Arts, B.A. Sculpture, MPS/MFA. 2006.

Interactive Telecommunications Program - Art/ Technology





Elektronmusikstudion (EMS): Stockholm, Sweden, 2006-2007.

Developed sonic compositions and research in spatialized sound environments under the

guidance of Hans Fredriksson and Lars Åkerlund.


24th International Stone Sculpture Symposium: Iwate-Machi, Japan, 1997.

Collaborated with artist Minoru Niizuma on a monumental black granite sculpture for

town of Iwate in northern Japan.





PostNord AB, Stockholm, Sweden. 2007

Dias y Flores Public Garden, New York City. 2001

Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee. 2000

Iwate Town Hall, Iwate-Machi, Japan. 1997

College of Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina. 1995




Consolidated Project Space, Newburgh, New York. 2018

Arts Westchester Triennial, White Plains, New York. 2018

HOLO, Ridgewood, Queens. (projection/sound performance) 2018

CSSC, West Rutland, VT. 2017

Audiorama, Soundscapes, Stockholm, Sweden. (8-channel sound performance) 2016

Fridman Gallery, Sonic geometries for transpositional modulation, NYC. (8-channel sound performance) 2016

Hudson Valley Center of Contemporary Art, Year of Sunlight, Peekskill Project 6, NY. 2015

Fridman Gallery, Experiments:Concerts, NYC. (8-channel sound performance) 2015

Knockdown Center, CT-SWaM Spatialized Sound Sessions, NYC. (sound performance) 2015

Salisbury University, Salisbury, MD. The Luminous Surface. 2015

Outpost Artist Resource, The Opaque Body, NYC. (projection/sound performance) 2014

The Mission for Temporal Art, The Luminous Surface, Marshall, NC. 2014

La Mama/Seoul Institute of The Arts, Fieldwork/Seoul, NYC. 2013

Dorsky Projects, (Un)folding Patterns, L.I.C.NY, 2012

Four Suns Quanta, Cambridge, Mass. 2010

Project on Spatial Sciences, Cambridge, Mass . 2009

KKH, Varutstalning, Stockholm, Sweden 2007

Galapagos, Brooklyn, NY. (projection/sound performance) 2006

I.T.P., Spring Show, NYC. 2006

The Knitting Factory, NYC. (projection/sound performance) 2006

Diapason, Algorithmic Composition, NYC. (projection/sound performance) 2005

I.T.P., Live Image Processing and Performance, NYC. (projection/ sound performance) 2005

I.T.P., Winter Show, NYC. 2004

BWAC, Pier 9 Exhibition, Brooklyn, NY. 2002

BWAC, Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition 2001, Brooklyn, NY. 2001

University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY. 2000

Riverside Church, The Labyrinth…, by Yienan Song, NYC. (Stage Set Design) 1999

Bergen Museum of Art, Fragments of Strength, Paramus, NJ. 1998

Iwate Town Hall, International Stone Sculpture Symposium, Iwate-Machi, Japan 1997

AVA Gallery, Lebanon, NH. 1996

Metropolitan Museum of Art, Bronze Casting, NYC. 1991




Royal Institute of Art (KKH): Stockholm, Sweden. 2016

Neuroplastique/Soundscapes: Spatialized sound environments

Taught an experiential studio investigating the neuroaesthetic relationship between sound,

space and patterns of perception, resulting in a series of multichannel sonic compositions and performances.


Seoul Institute of The Arts (SIA)/ La Mama NYC: Seoul, Korea (Fall 2013/Spring 2014)


Taught an experimental non-linear video class in collaboration with CultureHub/La Mama

in NYC treating video as collaged, culturally specific energy patterns. Works were

projected at night onto the facades of several buildings accross the city including the

Guggenheim, P.S.1 and New Museum in New York City.


Harvard University, Graduate School of Design: Cambridge, Mass.  (J-Term 2011 and 2012)


Taught an experiential studio investigating the neuroaesthetic relationship between sound,

space and patterns of perception, resulting in a series of sonic compositions and performances.


Parsons: The New School For Design, New York, New York (Sept. 2003 - Jan. 2005)

Sculpture Technician: MFA Program 

Taught and assisted MFA students in the concept, design and fabrication development of their

work, while introducing them to the exploration of new techniques and material processes.





Marisol, New York City, (1998 - 2000) 

Minoru Niizuma, Japan, (1996 - 1998) 

Bedi-Makky Art Foundry, Brooklyn, NY (1994 - 1996) 

Greg Wyatt, Cathedral of Saint John The Divine, New York City, (1986 - 1994)