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Projects

As a result of exploring unconventional genres, my work appears in unconventional places.

An advanced AI ushers in world peace by giving everyone their very own virtual paradise called, “Lyfe”.

 

After experiencing everything Lyfe has to offer, Paul decides to delete his account and return to reality. The AI, portrayed as a puppet in suit and tie, refuses to send Paul back to reality for personal (digital) reasons. In the end, Paul must learn to live in a simulation not unlike our own.

Lyfe is built and filmed on Unity Game Engine with background images and animations developed by Stable Diffusion, NewGen, and audio provided by FakeYou. Although human-made, Lyfe blurs the line between natural and artificial creation.

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LYFE

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DOGEBONK MARKETING STUNT

Dogebonk.com launched the first meme coin into space ahead of SpaceX's launch of DOGE-1(Dogecoin). 

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Rennies

A young squire must battle massive egos in the royal court, pacify an uprising from the non-SAG peasant actors, catch an unauthorized Town Leper, and win the heart of the Golden Knight to keep the Renaissance Faire from being canceled.

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Nature > Nurture

After the north and south magnetic poles flip overnight, people’s random inner animals run wild. In this new world, the power dynamic between men and women, rich and poor, parent and child go extinct. The only thing that matters is where you fall on the food chain. 

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Adventures in Morality:
An Interactive Case Study

Take a 3D interactive test to calculate your sympathy-type. According to CYBIL, the A.I. who built Adventures in Morality, differences in sympathy-types is the cause and solution to all human conflict. Listen to CYBIL's story and discover your own sympathy-type in Adventures in Morality. 

Adventures in Morality first launched at the Electronic Literature Organization Conference in July 2020 at the University of Central Florida.

MEDEA

Assistant Director of "Medea" performed at Columbia University in New York City

January 2019

Told in present-day times with an international cast representing over nine countries, this highly physicalized staging of Euripides' MEDEA explored gender roles, citizenship, and justice in a divided world.

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Time Space Speculum

Co-Screenwriter

Sparrow Film Project
 

Nominated for Best Screenplay

October 2018

Spy in the house of love

Contributing Playwright

Adapted from the novel by Anais Nin. 

Performed at Columbia University in the City of New York.
March 2018

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For additional projects, performances, and publications, click on the link to my CV above

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