A continuation of the Glass Cast research trajectory, Specimen was part of SiTE:LAB’s award-winning curated venue for Art Prize 2012 in Grand Rapids, MI.
The culmination of Brandon Clifford’s LeFevre Fellowship at the Knowlton School of Architecture at Ohio State University, La Voûte de LeFevre was fabricated in its entirety at the University of Michigan FABlab.
Pongo is the first project that I became involved with while at the University of Michigan, capitalizing on the opportunity to gain knowledge on the specifics of the tooling and processes involved with the project.
One-half of an installation that marked the conclusion of Wes McGee and Cathlyn Newell’s Research Through Making grant Glass Cast, Distort Windows explores a number of topics inherent in the warm glass slumping process.
During my first term at the University of Michigan, Karl Daubmann recommended that my class use diagrams as tools. The results, while not perfect, were extremely useful in understanding my research interest and how I relate to them.
In April of 2011 I applied on a whim to a one-week workshop in the French countryside. What unfolded was an inspirational weekend with the best designer thinkers from across the globe.
This was a quick consultation/fabrication project for the Cambridge architect William O’Brien Jr. for part of his gallery showing at Parsons as a recipient of the Architecture League of New York’s Prize for Young Architects and Designers.
Back in mid-2010 I was asked by a cousin to be a groomsman in his wedding party. One conversation lead to the next and the groom, bride and myself decided that we us would collaborate on an interactive electronic piece.