How do we make meaning with data? Not only analytically, but also with our feelings, bodies, materials, and social relationships?

My design research investigates ways of knowing with biosensory data - data about people’s bodies and behaviors. Combining critical making, speculative design, and participatory experiences, I challenge dominant techno-logics of data and explore alternatives. I work with code, circuits, wood, e-textiles, and sound.

I am a PhD candidate at the School of Information at the University of California, Berkeley, seeking faculty and postdoctoral positions for fall 2020. Here are my research statement and teaching statement.

Dissertation Work

Research Collaborations

Interactive Art


Sound Explorations

Technology for Development