Upcoming Destruction/ Construction      

So a bunch of time passes. I haven't even thought about this page, it doesn't seem relevant with all of the social media crap. Except. I'm old fashioned. I like webpages, I don't like social media. So... I'll be reworking this page, probably try to simplify it a bit, and update it a ton. Til then, I'll try to get a few of the more recent works up on this page, even if it is in this old and clunky format. So somethings might not work (stupid video encoding nonsense). Eventually this will look better and have my recent shows, and works, and I'll even link up my stupid social media, which I also don't post on.
      USA Science & Engineering Festival.      

Lockheed Martin has invited me to exhibit at the USA Science & Engineering Festival. It is taking place in Washington D.C. on April, 28th and 29th, and it is free to attend. I will be bringing some of my favorite machines to demonstrate. So if you are in the area, come by and say hello.

If you'd like some more information regarding the devices that I am demonstrating at the festival click here

    Open Studio    

On Saturday, October 15th and Sunday, October 16th I will opening my studio to the public between noon and 6pm in conjunction with the Annual Gowanus Artist Studio Tour. My studio is located in Brooklyn, at 75 10th St. (near the Gowanus Lowes), on the 2nd Floor in Studio 21. Come by and see my shop, and some more of my work.
    World Maker Faire NYC 2011    

Maker Faire was a blast. I really want to thank everyone who helped me with my exhibit. First a quick thank you to the Maker Faire team, and Nick Normal. You guys are great, and really provide a nice stage for us to shine. I want to thank Ryan Harmon and his crazy sidekick Abe for help loading and transporting my work, even though we took a circuitous route through the Bronx to finally arrive back in Brooklyn.

And most importantly, I want to thank my lovely and talented wife Tina without whom I could not have done this. She helps me with every show, every time, and there is no way for me to give her even a fraction of the credit she deserves.

To find out more information about my work that was on display at Maker Faire this year, click here.


Wired Science wrote a nice piece on my magnetic drawings. Scientific American featured one of my magnetic field drawings in their gallery section. Discover Magazine wrote up a lovely article on the Science Fair at Flux Factory.