I produce, what I like to think of as non-linear, audio-visual performances derived from three disciplines: cognitive psychology, performance art and user experience design.
My approach is to use cognitive theories related to listening, seeing, memory and emotional engagement. These help guide my development thinking. User experience design (UX) offers analytical thinking in terms of how audiences might engage with non-traditional audio-visual events. Performance art provides a historical and inspirational context on the nature of what a performance is and could be.
I try to think creatively about ‘mixed-modal expressions’ and how they can be drawn together to provide meaningful and emotional spectator experiences.