Art ≠ Design

My initiation into the design process was not pleasant. The transition from an independently driven traditional art background to a collaborative series of design thinking processes is analogous to Shakespeare learning how to DJ an electronic set for a bunch of millennials at a music festival. The first encounter began with a presentation on why […]

What I Do.

Here’s a foreword: Some of this is about art and personal experience of emotions, thoughts, interactions, and other abstract validations of reality. Some of this is about science. Research embedded explorations into the cutting edge tools of plant biology. The rest documents an evolving expansion of overlap between the arts and sciences. It is not […]