Selected Press

“Kingston’s Lumina Borealis casts a wintry spell”, by Adam Bisby, The Globe and Mail, January 19, 2017
“4 Experiential Artists Who Brightened Up 2016 | The Wrap-Up”, by Noémie Jennifer, The Creators Project, December 27, 2016
“Market Street Makeover: Prototyping Festival Breathes New Life into SF’s Urban Corridor”, by Cynthia Stone, KQED Arts news, October 6, 2015
“8 Maker Faire Projects That Prove The Future Of Tech Is Awesome”, by Scott Pierce, Collectively, May 25, 2015
“Maker Faire: Plastic Pixels, Light-Emitting Sculptures & More”, by Stephen Beale, HOW Design, May 21, 2015
“See Maker Faire’s Dark Room in All Its Glowing Glory”, by Sophia Smith, Make News, May 17, 2015
“SAN FRANCISCO’S MARKET STREET FESTOONED WITH PUBLIC ART FOR 3-DAY FEST”, by Jonathan Bloom, ABC7 news, April 15, 2015
“Hacking the Streets of San Francisco at the Market Street Prototyping Festival”, by Nathan Hurst, MAKE, April 14, 2015
“Massive Prototyping Fest Turns Market Street into Temporary Urban Playground”, by Lamar Anderson, SF Curbed, April 10, 2015
“Catalyzing Conversation and Transcending Technology at INST-INT”, by Aaron Marx, Walker Art Center, September 30, 2014
“Moments of Awe. Lessons at INST-INT 2014 from a new artist to himself”, by Charlton Roberts, September 28, 2014
“Ahead of U.N. Climate Summit, ‘Racing Extinction’ Eyes Change”, by Robin Kawakami, Speakeasy, September 23, 2014
“Precourt Institute partners with KQED on new e-book series on energy”, by Mark Shwartz, Stanford Report, June 26, 2014
“A little rain can’t stop the fire”, by Hannah Dentinger, MN artists, June 20, 2014
“Kids in the Hall” by Claude Peck, Star Tribune | Artcetera, June 15, 2014
“Creative Motion Graphics Titling”, co-author, published by Focal Press, November 2010
“Making waves in Cannes”, Oakland Tribune, May 17, 2004
“NC-17 a hot and heavy kiss of death”, by Ruth Stein, SFGate, May 14, 2004
“Script Doctor: Cannes do”, by Jhonny Ray Huston, San Francisco Bay Guardian, May 12, 2004
“Kodak Showcases Young Filmmakers at Cannes”, Creative Mac, May 10, 2004
“Young Oakland Filmmaker Heads to Cannes” JWeekly, April 30, 2004
“Regional Report: Bay Area Filmmakers Thrive on Passion, Even When Funding’s Low” by Christopher Read, Indie Wire, April 19, 2004
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