A web application (using jQuery and PHP) built to decode a message.
HTML5 Canvas animation featuring our tomato plants.
On the logic behind the 12-hour clock.
2014’s annual greeting card, an homage to M.C. Escher.
Another dancing animation, this time using HTML5.
A screenprinted poster that lists and verifies / disproves claims to Rhode Island superlatives.
A simple WordPress plugin that generates a configurable list of the top commenters on a site.
HTML5 Canvas greeting card featuring bride and groom falling snowflakes and of course the pets.
Another silly, inside joke of a Flash piece.
An animated interface featuring the work of UK street artist, Banksy.
Diagramming the process of entering the Boston Subway, I found some surprising edge cases that are not well accounted for.
An overview of the escalated food crisis in 2008, illustrated through a silent animation based on a series of quotes from key figures. Rendered in ActionScript 3.0.
A playful experiment – an action figure that comes to “life” in response to a light and goes back to rest when the light is turned off.
In which I document the usability of everyday objects in Guatemala, survey some people about it, make some cultural comparisons, and receive a B.S. in psychology.
A one-trick pony Flash piece that animates a graphic in response to the music.
A public art audio intervention in collaboration with Cara Blaine , inspired by a slam poem by Rives.
Holiday Card I designed for friends and family, including everyone I sent it to in the card design itself – you’ll see what I mean.
A proposal featuring a closed-loop harvesting system with several steps involving the production of cellulosic ethanol from the waste products of the sugarcane plant.
Proposal for a temporary structure that would facilitate a trial partnership between two community organizations: Recycle-a-Bike and The Steel Yard.
A 12-week project to design and build a human-powered commuter vehicle.
Logo for a community bicycle education program. Goals were to evoke local symbolism (seen in the mill building and the rooster – a Rhode Island Red) and embody an industrial and empowering character.