M.S. Human-Computer Interaction Design School of Informatics and Computing Indiana University, Bloomington.
I like to tinker, make, play, and think critically. Among other things, in the past ten years I have maintained Navy helicopters out at sea, studied philosophy and religion, worked on a farm, educated grade school children, played in bands, and made my own clothes.
My main research interests involve the relationship between ethics and aesthetics and how individuals and the cultures they represent shape and are shaped by digital technologies.
Avenues I find fruitful for exploring values based design: Democracy, DIY 'Maker Culture', Coolness, Fashion, Surrealism, Poverty, Environmental Sustainability, Wearable Computing, Education