SEARCHING FOR TRANSCENDENCE IN AUDIO-VISUAL EXPERIENCES
Coming to your screen from a dark garage on Milton St. in Kerrville, Texas.
This exhibit is an exercise in being at peace with a lack of control. What it represents is a model of a much larger, immersive installation to be built in the future. I use sound and visual to document and navigate my own experiences and translate them into something I am able to process emotionally and spiritually. Each one of these videos tells a story from my past in a visually poetic form. When presented together, they function as an audio-visual experience that I hope the audience can identify with in some way.
Musician & Sound Engineer
Describe one thing you learned in grad school that you didn’t expect to learn.
When did you know you wanted to be a graphic designer?
When I first started designing posters for a band I was in. I had quit art school, and was playing music a lot. Music was the door to the design world for me.
Flashback to when you were 10. What did you want to be when you grew up?
I wanted to direct movies.
Describe the areas of design you are most excited about and/or want to pursue further.
I’m excited to get back to producing some more music and playing more shows this summer, but I also feel like I might be on to something with my A/V work. I also want to teach at some point.