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Person of Interest “My 97’s”

“My 97’s” (Official Video) taken from the album Person of Interest (LIES 057).

I created all aspects of this video over the course of 2015, including 3d animation and rendering, compositing, shooting and design. All of the assets were derived from various environmental aspects within a mile of my apartment in Bushwick, Brooklyn. All VHS footage was shot in Maria Hernandez park.

The inspiration for “My 97’s” came from the song’s use of field recordings and its original title, “Summer Dread”. The piece loosely traces a summer day in a Brooklyn enveloped by a dark energy. The video explores tensions that exist between humanity and technology. It juxtaposes original VHS footage of people playing handball in the park with a digitally-rendered, high-definition dragon, a symbol of fantasy and entertainment. The visuals also touch on the anxieties of city living, displaying a modern housing unit adorned with the “Fedders” logo–an allusion to the cheaply-made housing complexes that enraged real-world Brooklynites. I was interested in making these real world connections, not to shock or provoke, but to abstract and convey stresses of day-to-day life that people can actually relate to.

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Street Ego

Images and video from Street Ego, my debut solo exhibition which was featured February 20 through March 20, 2015 at Water McBeer. The show features three performative sculptures as seen in video excerpt.

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The Artist Is Black

Various installation renderings of THE ARTIST IS BLACK, 2014 which was featured in a group show entitled “Galaxy, Man” at Gallery Sensei. The show ran from April 18-23,2014.

Deep Sharing

POV walk through a social media photography gallery in the future.


Fatality Biennale

Fatality Biennale consists of a digitally composited intro, several sampled clips and photo assets, original VHS footage of performance and skateboarding, and other footage scavenged from tapes found in the trash.

The piece features both a video component and limited edition print. The promotional print showcases several of the assets from the gallery fly-through. These prints have been installed in various locations heavily saturated by street advertising.

Street installation images by one of my favorite photographers, Jason John Würm. Check out some his work.