Between the Sand, May 31, 2019

For two weeks I was immersed in Dr. Kevin Mumford's Research Lab at the Department of Civil Engineering at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. This artist residency was organized, facilitated and hosted in collaboration with Art the Science. During this time, I observed several…

CSUCH - Data Visualizer, March 22, 2019

This data visualization tool displays the costs and harms of substance use in Canada, and offers options to filter and compare the data to better explore and understand trends and changes in how Canada spends its resources on substance use and addiction. This data is provided by Canadian Substance…

Multiloop, 3D Visualizer, October 18, 2018

Multiloop is forward modelling software that helps geophysicists visualize electromagnetic responses from conductive meshes. This software is mainly used as a consulting tool that models data collected in the field and compares this to synthetic responses. By carefully noting the differences…

Community Flow, March 13, 2018

Community Flow was created to bring together artworks from eight communities on the Canadian side of the Great Lakes. Each community had an artist work alongside volunteers to create one artwork from many smaller contributions. This project was to feature each of the final artworks, as well as the…

Electromagnetic Plotter, October 18, 2016

This is a web application that plots electromagnetic (EM) responses from imported files. Referred to simply as "plotter", it is now used throughout the geophysics industry to plot time domain UTEM data in a web browser. Plotter needed to be capable of plotting downhole and surface data, and orient…

Depth to Water, October 16, 2016

Depth to Water was created for the 17th Canadian National Conference on Drinking Water in Ottawa, Ontario to showcase how 367,089 private-well water data points can map the geography of Southern Ontario, Canada. Additionally, Depth to Water displays the depth at which water was found for each well…

88 Years, Interactive, March 31, 2015

In 2011, Decomposing Pianos met and chronologically depicted 88 individuals to correspond to each key of the piano. The first twenty portraits were displayed at the State of Flux Gallery on March 26, 2011 to showcase the work in progress. The display featured groups of portraits connected to…

Intersection, September 05, 2014

Originally created for an exhibition with the Agitated Plovers Salon, Intersection went on to win the Canadian Urbanism Award at the Toronto Urban Film Festival (TUFF) in September 2014, and was subsequently displayed across Toronto Subway stations in May 2015. Randomly displaying images from a set…

Cognitive Dissonance - 3D radio, August 11, 2014

This is a live screening that took place at the Screening Room in Kingston, Ontario. It features visual 3D radio clips on the meaning of music, as collected by my friend and colleague Chris Trimmer. 3D space is navigated using three.js pointer lock controls. Audio is emitted using webAudio panner…

o1sound, Radio Blog 2008,2009 and 2012, August 31, 2012

o1sound was an hour long weekly radio show on CFRC 101.9 FM, Queen's University Campus Community radio during the summer of 2008 and 2009. During the week incidental events were recorded as they happened. The results were edited, and played back every Tuesday morning after the BBC world news. The…