My research is multi-disciplinary, process-oriented and operates at multiple scales and in multiple contexts. I value the production of systems and devices as a means to advance inquiry and address socio-cultural questions surrounding emerging technologies. While my research can be generally organized into three avenues for socio-technical systems (namely, data and human experience; Internet of Things; and the Maker movement), my current emphasis is on the Internet of Things.
Internet of Things; Human Computer Interaction (HCI); Maker Movement; Experiential Data.
Design research; Interdisciplinary exploration; Art-Science Integration; Critical making; Social and Reflective Systems; Multimedia Retrieval.