Media & Communication (Honours) 1st Class • awarded 2016
Vice-Chancellor's List Award
Thesis topic: Knowing and Not Knowing: The problem of Privacy in an Internet-of-Things World. (1MB pdf)
research area: IoT hardware and software, Android OS software, near ultra-high frequency audio, application decompile and profiling.
Bachelor of Design (Multimedia Systems with Distinction)• December 2013
Distinction to High Distinction grades for Programming, Design for Interactive Media, Multimedia Engineering, Concept Development,
Content Design, Narrative for Multimedia, Advanced 3D Animation, Writing, Computer Sound Production.
Awarded Achievement for Excellent Academic Progress from the School of Media and Communication.
AVB Endpoint firmware development • 2017
C, C++, xC
XMOS XS1-U16 chip based prototype board
Honours Thesis code development • 2016
HTML, CSS website
Java Android application
Web Development • 2015 - 2015
Wordpress plugin and theme development.
Email template construction.
Front end and server-side maintenance
Front of House • 2000 - 2014
Opens doors, closes doors, occasionally says "hi".
Venue management, public safety and customer service.
Current RSA Certificate, Level II First-Aid
Websites, embedded systems, intranets, production• 2002 - present
Angliss Neighbourhood House.
-- website, intranet, administration, ESL Computer class
Yarraville Community Centre.
-- website, intranet, Workplace Training
Sudanese Australian Integrated Learning Program
-- website, IT support
Playbox Theatre Company
-- website, IT infrastructure assistance
-- website, compilation audio CD production, technical manager for live performances
Live sound and visual performances, installations• 1999 - present
compilation album producer, live performance venue technician, sound artist
-- Next Wave grant recipient
field recordings, audio manipulation, live 4.0 surround sound performance and engineering
-- City of Yarra grant recipient
field recordings, audio manipulation, 6.1 surround sound installation and engineering
Random Acts of Elevator Music
-- Australia Council Music grant recipient
portable battery powered sound system design and construction, audio creation, live performance
-- City of Melbourne Arts Project grant recipient
motion capture and object recognition research, programming, visual projections performance
Java, PHP, HTML, CSS, C++, C, Objective-C, SQL, Shell Script, Actionscript
Eclipse, Wordpress, xTime Composer, MS Visual Studio, Adobe Creative Suite, MS Office, Libre Office, Xcode, Cubase, SoundForge, Maya, Reaktor, Eyesweb IDE, Notepad++, ffmpeg, gedit, nano, GCC, Cygwin
Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, Linux
City Frequencies is a partnership between two Melbourne artists (Nick Wilson and Matt Adair) that explores the urban environment as a source of music and sound.
production management, electronic engineering, embedded computer system, portable battery powered sound system design and build, stand-alone 6.1 sound system, soundscape programming, digital mixing.
The Finally Friday book is written and designed with mobile device screens in mind. It is written with multiple
endings and narrative pathways that are chosen by you, the reader. You also have a part to play in that you create
your character in this book with a name, gender, sexual preference and the names of some friends.
project management, objective-c and java programming
Arcade style game for Android mobiles utilising the libGDX library that uses a flick gameplay technique and a level generator.
game design, 8-bit pixel art, java programming
Development diary for the production of an interactive fiction app made for mobile phones and the supporting author software.
php, html, css programming
Involves the researching and creation of an original interactive software interface for projected light and motion capture that will provide a meaningful creative tool for performance based art.
c++, actionscript, eyesweb, openCV programming, motion capture hardware
Documents from student assignments for proposals, concepts and prototypes.writing, digital art, 3D animation
Clichés, stock phrases, adherence to conventional, standardized codes of expression and conduct have the socially recognized function of protecting us against reality.Hannah Arendt
The most radical revolutionary will become a conservative the day after the revolution.Hannah Arendt