Whirly Birdie Variable Font
A display typeface inspired by American advertising of the 50s. Also, a first-of-its-kind icon set that uses the power of variable fonts for animation!
hear to there
A website that allows you to travel to places through field recordings and voice memos. Think of it like a train where each stop is an audio recording closer to your destination.
Summer 2016–onward Roadside projections of where people are feeling homesick. (The locations are found automatically through social networks.) Projected on a road trip from my hometown in Scranton, Pennsylvania to locations around the country. (More info and photos soon)
A simple website where a person types in their name and their phone whispers it back to them. The whisper is my own voice and hundreds of names have been recorded. A pulsating red light flashes across the phone screen while a script runs to keep
the phone awake until it dies or the website is closed. I had a demo in class where everyone's phones were placed in plastic bags hanging from the walls and it looked very nice and embryonic in the dark. I hope to tweak this and use this with large
groups of people in the future.