I am a designer & technologist who has worked on participative installations, immersive environments, data visualization, and various other kinds of projects involving custom software and hardware, web development, electronics, and fabrication. My inclination is to collaborate in transdisciplinary teams, bridging the gap between the design and technical sides of creative pursuits.

I have worked with studios such as Sosolimited, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, and Daily Tous Les Jours, creating work for the commercial (Google, Intel, Qualcomm), public (cities of Montréal, Boston, San Diego), and art sectors.

I’ve also led various workshops at places like the Interactive Telecommunications Program’s summer camp, at New York University. Participating in design & programming meetups is also something I enjoy, as I co-created one in San Diego for exploring artistic expression through programming. In recent years, I’ve attended conferences such as INST-INT, OpenVis Conf, and d3.unconf. And when time permits, I exhibit my work in galleries.

Studied Computation Art & Computer Science at Concordia University (Montréal), and Event Design at UQAM (Montréal).



  • ITP Camp workshop, 2014: co-created a data visualization + digital fabrication workshop entitled Materializing Data.
  • ITP Camp fellowship, 2013: invited to teach & create a project during this one month summer camp for creative professionals at the ITP school in New York.
  • Raumlabor workshop, 2013: participated in Tools for an Unknown Future, which involved creating urban furniture for social interaction, in Montreal.