(I hate most photos of myself, but this one is pretty funny. I think I'm giving a side-eye to Brian House at a party.)

So who are you?

I'm just a person. I live on a small island off the coast of America. I wrote a book about finding the internet on the street.

I am terrible at being professionally legible and enough people have shamed me about this that I'm making an effort.

Wait But How Do You Make Money?

I do a range of things to make money–pick up residencies and fellowships, freelance writing words, freelance writing code, and sometimes sell things I’ve made (well, really I just sold this one book I made one time).

And, yes, I could always use more work. Money is hard when you’re self-employed! If you think I could be useful to your endeavors please get in touch at lifewinning@gmail.com. Or if you know a cool foundation that would fund me just being weird let me know, I’ve been looking for them.

The more professional-lists-of-things part of the resume page

Clips of freelance writing here

Recent Residencies, Fellowships, Grants

Artist in Residence, Data and Society Research Institute (New York, NY). July 2015 - July 2017

Fellow, Experimental Research Lab at Autodesk/Pier 9 (San Franicsco, CA). February 2016 - June 2016

Resident, Center for Land Use Interpretation (Wendover, UT). September 2015.

Grantee, Knight Foundation Prototype Fund with Surya Mattu. 2015.

Resident, Studio for Creative Inquiry, Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh, PH). Winter 2014

Fellow, Data and Society Research Institute (New York, NY). 2014-2015

Resident, Eyebeam Art and Technology Center (New York, NY). Spring 2014

Resident, The Wassaic Project (Wassaic, NY). Fall 2013

Resident, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Swingspace Program (New York, NY). Fall 2011

Selected Exhibitions

(asterisk indicates solo exhibition)

Infosphere: The Transformation of Things Into Data. Centro Nacional de las Artes, Mexico City, MX. May-September 2017

Reconnaissance.* Nome Gallery, Berlin, DE. September 2016

THE NEXT BIG THING IS NOT A THING: Surveying the Design Discipline. Bureau Europa, Maastricht, NL. March 5 - June 10, 2016

Big Bang Data. Somerset House, London, UK. December 3, 2015 — March 20, 2016

New Inc x Deep Lab, Ideas City Festival, New Museum, New York, NY. May 27 - 31, 2015.

Eyebeam 2015 Annual Showcase. New York, NY. January 29 - February 21, 2015

Strange Bedfellows. VisArts, Rockville, MD. October 17 – November 23, 2014

Neuromast: Certain Uncertainty and Contemporary Art. Franklin Street Works, Stamford, CT. December 12, 2013-February 23, 2014

States of Uncertainty.* Space 1026, Philadelphia, PA. November 2-30, 2012

Transforming Function. Building 110, Governor’s Island, NY. May 26-September 30, 2012

Lapsed Logic.* Hyperallergic Space, Brooklyn, NY. March 10-24, 2012

ATTN: LIBRARY. Kosmos Lane Gallery, Tokyo, Japan. November 8-13, 2011

Future Studies.* Stella Elkins Tyler Galleries, Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA. October 6-16, 2011

I’ve Zine the Darkness. Dieschönestadt Gallery, Halle, Germany. June 3-12, 2011

Baltimore: Open City. North Avenue Market, Baltimore, MD. April 1-May 15, 2011

You Are Here: Mapping The Psychogeography of New York City. Pratt Manhattan Gallery, New York, NY. September 23-November 6, 2010

Various Skills

HTML/CSS, Javascript (vanilla is my fave these days tbh), Python, just enough Ruby to get by, being really good at using StackOverflow, Adobe Creative Suite, writing, editing, printmaking (silkscreen, letterpress), bookbinding and repair, general enthusiasm


Maryland Institute College of Art, BFA Printmaking, concentration in Book Arts and minor Art History, 2009.