Technology has permeated our being in both physical and imaginary dimensions. What we see, what we feel, and what we think have never been independent from the physical manifestation of technology. Our experiences are the by-product of the synthesis between technological instruments and our physical bodies, and is the reason why I focus on researching human-material interaction, particularly mediated communication.
I am a doctoral student from the University of Toronto, Faculty of Information, working with Dr Jeffrey Boase on mobile communication and its consequences for social capital. I have worked in mass media advertising industry for the majority of my professional career, after completing a visual communication degree at OCAD University. My interdisciplinary background in creative, research and strategy has allowed me to better understand and design multi-dimensional experiences outside of the traditional boundaries of media.