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After having studied physics for two years at Brigham Young Univesity, I went on a field study to Mexico that changed everything. I decided that I needed to be in architecture. I transfered to the University of Utah where I finished my undergraduate studies in architecture in May 2004. After having briefly worked in a office I moved to a full time position as a researcher and designer in a research center at the Univeristy of Utah (www.cromdi.utah.edu) working on information visualizations for large data sets.
I started my Master's studies at Carnegie Mellon in the Fall of 2005. My primary interest is in developing computational and physical modes for information interaction.
Associated projects: Bach Blocks
last updated 9.21.2007 by Mark D Gross