November 15, 2022How To Run A Project
In which the author outlines his favorite systems and frameworks for organizing a team around a project
11 min read
November 08, 2022Election Night 2018
Around 1AM I saw a note in Slack that said, very simply, that there were bacon pancakes in studio 3B. Studio 3B had been accurately described to me as “that costco looking studio” and it held a makeshift control room. Screens were stacked at the front, different desks decked out with multiple monitors encompassing the director’s desk.
8 min read5 photos
June 11, 2021Finding Clusters of NYPD Officers In CCRB Complaint Data
In which various tools and methods are explored for analyzing data that describes a network of complaints against NYPD officers (or any other PD with similar public data)
17 min read23 photos
May 17, 2021The Lack of Data
An exploration of what we choose to track, and what we don't – and what that means if we want to make the world a better place
3 min read
February 10, 2021Generative Art
In which a computer is used as divination tool for random numbers (for the purposes of beauty, art, and poetry)
5 min read
February 10, 2021Computer setup
In which the author proudly lays out his technological toolkit
8 min read
October 08, 2020A summer of live streamed coding
In which the skill of broadcasting yourself writing code to the entire internet is explored
6 min read
March 04, 2020Processing, analyzing and visualizing EAVS data
In which voter data is explored and visualized with javascript and an assemblage of command line tools
5 min read
February 15, 2020Online Nazis Have Figured Out How To Game Twitter
The newest weapon in the arsenal of internet nazis is mass-brigading Twitter reports, and it’s working
3 min read
February 09, 2020Things I've learned about elections
In which we explore the knotted beauty of American democracy
12 min read
September 21, 2019NYC’s Climate March
In which the youths march through the street with extremely clever signs since they are too young to riot
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August 18, 2019Linocut printing for a bright future
In which the author explains his reasoning for exploring analog methods of distributing information with ink and linoleum, and provides a guide on how to do so yourself if so inclined
11 min read3 photos
August 15, 2019Hong Kong Protest Techniques
In which the citizens of Hong Kong find new creative ways to improve on public disobedience
August 05, 2019Always Have Two Reasons for Something
In which the author discloses a peculiar and dysfunctional part of his mind.
3 min read
June 14, 2019Taking things for granted
In which the author attempts to dissuade you from the belief things will always be the way they are now
2 min read
June 14, 2019America
In which the author is fascinated by America’s multitudes
4 min read
June 13, 2019Movies to Watch
In which the author divulges a shameful secret
2 min read
June 12, 2019Step Zero
In which the author makes the case for the merits of a certain approach to preparation
2 min read
March 25, 2019Computer setup
In which the author proudly lays out his toolkit
12 min read
March 25, 2019Attempting to find unsecured ICE cameras
In which the author attempts and fails to find interesting unsecured webcams near known ICE facilities
3 min read
March 24, 2019Generative Music Iteration
One of my first steps when embarking on a new project is to gather research and understand the world in which I’m working.
2 min read
March 20, 2019How I prototype apps and dataviz quickly
5 min read
February 01, 2019The Internet Was Built To Be Hacked
In which the author is grateful for the hackers who invented the internet
8 min read
December 15, 20182018 In Review
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October 01, 2018Work View / Life View
In which the author explores the meaning of life and work
4 min read
June 10, 2018Watercolor Sketching in NYC
I've taken photos for most of my life now. My favorites are the photos with people in them. A beautiful place, with beautiful light, captured at the perfect moment with the perfect exposure is alright. But put a person there reacting to it and you feel the moment. It feels large. You can put yourself in their shoes.
3 min read
January 02, 20172017 In Review
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December 02, 2016Video Mixes
I've always really loved visuals combined with music or audio that can set a tone or a mood really powerfully. They seem to combine into something bigger. I fell in love with ODDSAC the Animal Collective / Danny Perez film, as well as stuff like Harmony Korine's Spring Breakers and MTV's Liquid Television, which is the source of one of the first video samples I ever used in 2011.
2 min read
January 01, 20162016 In Review
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January 01, 20152015 In Review
28 photos
January 25, 2013The Magazine Experience on the Web
In which the author muses about 2013-era web design aesthetics
8 min read
January 01, 2010Photography 2008-2010
18 photos