A researcher and product designer based in New York City.

In his design experiments he pushes the boundaries of today’s applicable technologies through continuous collaborations with scientists, engineers and technical experts.


A camera app that uses peaks in the wearers heartbeat to automatically capture and emphasize the meaningful moments of everyday life.

Live Experiment
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Data Futures - Live Experiment

An interactive experiment - involving a live audience - that practically showcases how quickly our own personal data can come back to haunt us.

—> Shown at TEDx, Vivid, FITC, Interaction18

TEDx Video / Interaction17 Video


Capturing, mapping and visualizing the available cell phone reception in the entire New York City subway.

—> Fast Co Innovation by Design Award (Shortlist)

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On Broadway

A new type of city view to represent digital life in the 21st century city.

—> Kantar Information is Beautiful Award (Silver)

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The Urban Canaries

Exploring new ways of tackling air pollution through a pollution sensor whose own health is depending on its exposure to clean air.

—> Fast Company - 'World Changing Ideas' Award (Finalist)

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A visual investigation of self-portrait (selfie) styles in five cities across the world.

—> Kantar Information is Beautiful Award (Gold)

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Sensing ‘The Shining’

Utilizing a galvanic skin response sensor to visualize the emotional highlights in movies, exemplified with Stanley Kubricks classic ‘The Shining’.


A concept study for a wearable camera triggered by sudden peaks in happiness of its wearer.

Nosy Parker

An interactive installation that explores the loss of control over our personal data.

—> IDEA ‘Best Interactive Environment’ Award (Bronze)