I work with interactive technology. I teach how to work with it, too - I started vvvv Academy to help people learn the language vvvv. I am currently studying Computer Science and Philosophy at the University of Oxford. Previously, I've been tutoring at the UCL Interactive Architecture Lab and Goldsmiths University working with vvvv, code, robots and projections.

I think teaching designers how to program deepens the understanding of the technology they design for and creates a common language in multi-disciplinary teams.

Teaching and Talks

Oct - Dec 2016
Tutor for Programming and Creative Computing
Programming Javascript with p5.js
Goldsmiths University

April 2016
External Lecturer for Information Experience Design
Introduction to generative design with vvvv
Royal College of Art

April 2016
Lecturer: Intensive Workshop
Prototyping and Development in VL
Resonate festival

Jan - Feb 2016
Tutor at Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL
Projection Mapping with Live Robotics
Interactive Architecture Lab

2015 and 2017
Projection Mapping w/ vvvv
Workshop and Talk
NODE15 Forum for Digital Arts, Frankfurt a. M.

Professional experience

Nexus Interactive Arts, London
vvvv development

Marshmallow Laser Feast, London
vvvv development

2015 - present
vvvv Group, Berlin
vvvv and VL development

Intern at vvvv Group, Berlin
vvvv module and C# plugin developement
Interaction design

Intern at Nexus Interactive Arts, London
Arduino prototyping
Software development
Creative project management


Honorary Mention, Prix Ars Electronica, Category: u19 - Create Your World
Unknown Forms of Face

Golden Nica, Prix Ars Electronica, Category: u19 - Create Your World


2017 - now
MCompPhil student in Computer Science and Philosophy
Oxford University


Soft- and Hardware
vvvv very good knowledge
Arduino / Electronics good knowledge
Java / Processing good knowledge
openFrameworks good knowledge
HTML5 / CSS3 and Javascript basic knowledge

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