I’m a computational designer and researcher interested in creativity, artificial intelligence, and the playful attitudes we exhibit when we make stuff. I was born in Scotland, raised in the Deep South, and am currently exploring Boston with my wife and our two cats. I cut my architectural teeth at Mississippi State University and modus studio, and then came up to MIT to expand my research into computation.
My time at MIT culminated with a stint at the Design Lab, a multidisciplinary research/design group that explores the possibilities afforded by new technology in the pursuit of good design. These days you can find me at Sasaki, working with their internal Strategies team to dream up new ways of integrating emerging tech and computational design into design workflows. If I’m not there, I’m probably out exploring.
Let’s meet for coffee or beer! I love both.