My personal projects and digital data body.
This is how I represent.
I've heard social media is dead but i still use it
I've been part of some pretty weird stuff...
A social experiment utilizing Facebook's news feed. We wanted to see how many people would join a group if the bait was right. In this case it was me, in a clown suit, swimming in a pond.
During my senior year of high school I walked around asking people "Why do they call American Cheese, American Cheese? Somehow, the video has garnered over 8,000 views. I also did a remix.
An outdated website that I updated with links... No longer up and running. Linked is a snapshot from archive.org
Long Island is really long. We thought it would be fun to travel it. So we setup a random number generator and picked a bunch of random towns.
Being at a party is awesome. Not being able to control the music at a party... not so much. With emve.me you can control what's playing with your mobile device.
The Tubebook Project looked to bridge the gap between Facebook and Youtube. It didn't. So we shut it down.
I'm not sure if I was into computers or computer music first...
My final project from my Electronic Music Studio class at Stony Brook University.
Between 2001 and 2005 I wrote a ton of original electronic music songs. Not sure if by today's standards I'd be listening to them but I did make them. So that's worth something.