Augmented Asbury Park is a free mobile experience involving the reconstructions of key historic landmarks in augmented reality on the Asbury Park boardwalk in New Jersey and off-site. To learn more, please watch my TEDx talk with Mike Richison and visit the project website www.augmentedasburypark.com.
Eric Vita, Erica Whyte, Christina Galera, and I were awarded a Students Partnering with Faculty Summer Research Award through the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs here at Kean University.
I am currently working on projects with Liberty Hall Museum where I am collaborating with student researchers to make the museum's content more accessible through designed experiences using 360-degree photography and augmented reality technologies.
Within my creative practice, I have an ongoing series entitled Experiential Extensions where I am creating aesthetic forms using photographic shapes and time. I treat time as depth and find ways of lofting and extruding forms through those photographic shapes. Quite often, I find ways of representing memory and the passage of time within this series.