US-based visual artist. I am currently a graduate student pursuing a Master of Fine Arts Degree in Visual Communications, Graphic Design within the Art and Design department at Bradley University. I have both a Master’s of Arts degree from Bradley University and a BFA from the Illinois Institute of Art in Graphic and Interactive Design. I coordinate and teach the User Experience Program for the Department of Interactive Media within the Slane College of Communications and Fine Arts at Bradley University. My fine art, digital creative, and UI/UX design spans over 15 years of professional experience both in the commercial and academic sectors.
Why a Broto Collaboration? Through visual communication, data visualization, user experience, and illustration, I combine consciousness, spirituality, and brainwaves in correlation to technology to create immersive digital experiences. I use light, sound, and environments to be used to amplify endorphin brainwave frequencies in the viewer. The design work merges the areas of traditional fine art and technology-driven experience design with science and spirit. Quantum physics has shown that everything in the universe vibrates and resonates with a unique frequency. Science tells us that we live in a virtual sea of invisible fields of influence that impact our daily lives in profound ways, yet we typically have little or no conscious awareness. The Schumann Effect influences our brain waves, and the electromagnetic resonant frequencies around us can influence our bodies, and humans can affect the Earth’s geomagnetic field through collective intent. User experience contains a visual design and a user’s environment, circumstances, and a variety of an individual’s senses. Design and art can be functional to create beautiful experiences that improve people’s lives. I explore creating innovative and design experiences, methods, and strategies.
Seeking: Neuroscientists and Physicists are researching the structure, mechanics, and dynamics of the universe. Scientists that are committed to the unification of physics and science through the fifth dimension and quantum physics research would be excellent for collaboration.