Invasive Species AR

The latest augmented reality additions to my ongoing Invasive Species project.  These AR projects allow you to become invasive species made from discarded plastics found along the Atlantic Coast. These species symbolize our problematic and burgeoning interspecies entanglements with plastics, humans, and nature.

Invasive Species (Plastic Bottles): Wear a bottle as a mask and open your mouth to birth more invasive species, part plastic, and part human.

Invasive Species (Plastic Bottle Swarm): Open the app and then your mouth to release an invasive species.

Invasive Species (Bottle Caps): Touch the screen to wear different masks made from images of bottle caps found along the Florida Atlantic Coast.

Invasive Species (Wrappers):  Touch the screen to wear different masks made from images of wrappers found along the Florida Atlantic Coast.

Dazzle Camouflage

Dazzle Camouflage is a mode of camouflage that uses confusion rather than concealment as its method. Developed in the early 20th century, Dazzle Camouflage was often added to naval ships, which were painted to feature perplexing black and white patterns. In these uncertain times with access to immense amounts of information and when terms such as fake news, deep fakes, alternative facts are becoming part of our lexicon, we often find that the true meaning of our inquiries as with all our desires is concealed by confusion.

To participate a user can enter a search word or hashtag to search Twitter. The frequency of the word on Twitter is used to generate black and white patterns. The software will continue to search for the word on twitter and create more complex patterns as the frequency of the word increases.



Dazzle Camouflage at Snap! Space

A few photos of Dazzle Camouflage at City Unseen 2.0 and an Orlando Sentinel article about the exhibition.


Wind is a continuation of my interest in visualization of real-time weather data. This work responds to real-time wind data from the National Weather Service to create a moving abstract image.

Wind Sketches

Some test screen shots from a new piece I am working on that uses real-time wind data to generate new images