Gravitational Encryption

Gravitational Encryption

I am coding a gravitational encryption algorithm that tears the pixel fabric of images asunder, rendering images…

Encodings in Space and Time

Encodings in Space and Time

Encodings in Space and Time is an immersive large-scale installation influenced by physics, information theory, and 19th…

Poisson Ratio

Poisson Ratio

The Poisson ratio characterizes how much a solid expands in one direction as it is compressed in…

Cymatic Water Tank Visualizer

Cymatic Water Tank Visualizer

The Cymatic Water Tank Visualizer runs in a number of different modes. The first is as a…

Astro Lounge

Astro Lounge

Astro Lounge explores the limits of human dimensional perception by gathering light from images as a telescope…

Interstellar Wormhole

Interstellar Wormhole

In the wake of the premiere of Interstellar, I recreated the wormhole renowned gravitational physicist Kip Thorne and…

A Theory of Many Things

A Theory of Many Things

A water droplet falls into a pool of water. The droplet’s poetic descent, followed by its audible…

Frame of Reference

Frame of Reference

In a dark room, white LED lights hang in a cubic grid around a central sphere constructed…

Landscape Palettes

Landscape Palettes

This is a software tool to aid designers in their color choices for site-specific projects. Images are…

Green’s Function Methods in a 1D Nanoscale Electron Waveguide

Green’s Function Methods in a 1D Nanoscale Electron Waveguide

For my physics Master’s thesis, I studied the theoretical behavior of  electrons confined between a charged metal…

Peer Gynt Stairs

Peer Gynt Stairs

This piece is about the musical exploration of a staircase. It relates notes in Edvard Grieg’s famous…

Musical Fountain

Musical Fountain

The musical fountain was inspired by observing how water falls as it overflows a tray. As the water…

DNA Origami

DNA Origami

Researchers working at the intersection of physics, biology, and engineering have collaboratively designed structures known as “DNA…

Apollonian Circles

Apollonian Circles

In 200 BC, Apollonius of Perga posed the following question: “Using only a straightedge and compass, construct…