, and so on
My work examines the design of existing forms of representation—such as programming languages, visualizations, notations, interfaces, natural languages, and images—applied to the invention of new forms of representation for thinking and creating.
I'm a PhD candidate in 💻✨ at Carnegie Mellon University, and have been affiliated with Princeton University, Distill
(at Google Brain), MIT CSAIL, and the Recurse Center
I write a letter
on speculative nonfiction. You can also follow me on Twitter
You can find my papers and academic talks on my research page
a novel for National Novel Generation Month
: a zine on creative processes featuring many wonderful contributors (mirror
co-edited with Angela Zhou
and Raymond Zhong
: a zine with Angela Zhou
and Raymond Zhong
an experimental event co-organized with folks at Topos
Twenty tiny cities
variations on cities (after Calvino)
Notes on notation and thought
a syllabus of powerful notations
appearing in the zine Method and Apparatus
Art process shots
appearing in inter·punct
's sketchbook issue
Panelist at the Arts and AI
panel at the MIT Hacking Arts
PROCESS: finding desire paths in creative interfaces
Y Conf 2017, hosted by Y Combinator Research
An experimental talk exploring pieces from the zine PROCESS II and ways they suggest improving interfaces to support creative processes.
"A few great things Recursers did in 2017,"
The Recurse Center, Jan. 2018.
"This code is remixing translations of the Bible to find new meanings,"
VICE Motherboard, Dec. 2017.
"Notes on notation and thought,"
front page of orange website, July 2016.
"Directions might not terminate,"
BLDGBLOG, Jan. 2016.
and so on
I'm excited to be a resident at the School of Making Thinking
's upcoming session "SCORES: Propositions for Notating Performance."
I really care about creating antidisciplinary work in which cultural production drives the production of scientific knowledge and/or the production of scientific knowledge drives cultural production. I also care about creating communities that encourage people to do so.
I'm always interested in talking with artists, writers, improvisers, and antidisciplinary researchers. Feel free to send me an email
Or I could send you an email first.