Creative Direction, Experience Design, Strategy
Connecting people to the climate crisis in their own backyard
In the face of a global crisis, it can be hard to understand what that means for home.
In the face of a global crisis, it can be hard to understand what that means for home. In these conceptual works, I explore the impact of climate change on a local level, by transforming dense data to understandable nearness.
Through a combination of installation and sculptural art, I personalize the scale of the climate crisis for an audience of one.
These installations combine light, lasers, machine learning, fabrics, metals, heat, water, and air to create immersive environments that give space for reflection and understanding.
By bringing these issues to human scale, I hope to inspire and empower people that they can do something — and it starts small.
Bring the world closer - a nearly live view of Earth.
A space for calm reflection
Urban heat islands are areas of cities that heat up faster and cool down slower than others.
These are disproportionately lower income areas.
Lack of tree cover, types of building materials, and the size of roads & highways are contributing factors.
This is already deadly, and it will only get more so.
2.5 minute loop of 120 hours of true color and IR imagery
Images from NOAA GOES-16 and GOES-17 geostationary weather satellites
Picoprojector array inside the sphere
LEDs for room illumination