collaborations

BLOOM by Peter Hazel • 2017

Bloom

Mixed Media: Glass, Steel, fabric, neon, LED fixtures, electronics and software • 42'H x 30'W'

Honorarium for Burning Man 2017 "Radical Ritual".

Role: lighting design, fabrication, electronics, software

LOVE-Vegas by Laura Kimpton and Jeff Schomberg • 2016

LOVE-Vegas

Mixed Media: Steel, LED fixtures, electronics and software • 12' x 4sh0'

Installed in the Atrium at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas.

Role: lighting design, fabrication

Rainbow LOVE by Laura Kimpton and Jeff Schomberg • 2016

Rainbow LOVE

Mixed Media: Steel, LED fixtures, electronics and software • 8' x 20'

Installed in the public plaza between the new Apple Store and the Grand HYATT off Union Square in downtown San Francisco. Incorporates selectable color sequencing.

Role: lighting design, fabrication, and software

Aurora by Charlie Gadeken • 2011

Aurora

Mixed Media: Steel, copper, electronics and software • 40' x 30'

A 40' tall steel sculpture depiction of a weeping willow tree, by San Francisco artist Charlie Gadeken; comprised of 4,400 handmade copper leaves and 39,330 computer-controlled LEDS. Originally a Burning Man "Rites of Passage" (2011) Honorarium installation. Also shown at Beyond Wonderland (LA, Oakland), Symbiosis 2012, and Palo Alto City Hall (2014-2015).

Role: electronics design, fabrication, and software color animations

Homorobouros by Peter Hudson • 2013

Homouroboros

Mixed Media: Steel, strobes, monkeys, LEDs, electronics • 40' x 30'

A stereoscopic zoetrope by San Francisco artist Peter Hudson, originally created for Burning Man 2007. Shown at Burning Man "Cargo Cult" (2013) and Exploritorium, San Francisco, CA (2013)

Role: LED lighting design and fabrication

The Alien Siege Machine by Dan Fox and Crew • 2014

TASM

Mixed Media: Wood, Steel, LEDs, electronics and software • 40' x 45'

Installation for Burning Man "Caravansary" (2014), by Bay Area artist Dan Fox and Crew

Role: lighting design, fabrication, and software

Kronus Maxana by Killbuck • 2014

Time Machine

Mixed Media: Wood, Acrylic, LEDs, electronics and software • 9' x 7'

Commission from the Nevada Museum of Art for the Nevada Sesquicentennial/ Emancipation Proclamation Celebration by Reno artist Killbuck.

Role: lighting design, fabrication, and software

In Motion • 1987

This video project, sponsored by the City of Austin Cultural Contracts Program, was originally made in 1987. Dance by Diana Prechter, photography by David Kennedy, music composed and performed by Scott Morgan.