I am a researcher, writer, cultural producer, and teacher who engages with political economy, technology, urbanism, ecology and culture. I’ve recently led research for a number of large-scale cultural projects that communicate complex scientific and social issues to a broad public audience on stage, on-site, and online. I also write, teach, and make art (usually sound) about human perception, connecting art with the evolutionary and cognitive sciences. 

For the last few years, I have worked as a researcher and assistant curator at the HKW in Berlin where I have collaboratively built a number of public events that address contemporary issues in technology, ecology, and politics through publications and experimental public events.

As part of the Anthropocene Curriculum team I have helped coordinate a vast network of scientists, scholars, artists, and activists from all over the world, investigating the catalytic shifts of the Anthropocene through public programs and field work initiatives.

Alongside institutional work I have also been doing research into emerging technologies for collective bargaining with friends at Trust, as well as teaching at a number of universities around Europe such as Bard College Berlin, ZHdK, and The University of Applied Arts in Vienna.

From time to time, I write philosophy essays, given public talks about collective bargaining or compose electronic music under various monikers.