Lead Software Dev
Stimulant created a dual-screen “Pipeline Explorer” that featured data-driven layouts of molecules being researched and studied. These molecules linked both to their mechanisms of action as well as what types of tumors are being tested against, so that oncologists and researchers could self-select and filter by what they were uniquely interested in. 32″ multi-touch displays let attendees directly navigate the pipeline, while 80″ displays showcased content to passers-by, all staying fully compliant with federal and tradeshow regulations. A shallow, casual experience guided visitors to other positions within the booth to go deeper into the science or to speak with a subject matter expert.



Lead Creative Technologist with 10+ years of experience in interactive/immersive installations for museums, corporate and health spaces. Former clients include Intel, Samsung, Microsoft, The Smithsonian, Louis Armstrong House Museum and The Space Needle in Seattle. 

As a Media Artist I create responsive environments, generative art, particle systems and physics simulations among other things. I also make music.