Matthew's work has been featured in museums and a variety of media outlets around the world including The Milan Triennale Museum of Design, mudac Lausanne, and on Wired, Huffington Post, Newsweek, Reuters, Vice, Creative Applications, and many more.
Matthew received his Master's degree from NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program where his work focused on blending digital and physical design practices with computer programming. Prior to that, he taught film history and aesthetics in Brazil and was a founding faculty member of the Red Sea Institute of Cinematic Arts in Jordan. He has given lectures in several countries on topics related to visual language and digital arts.
Matthew has taught courses in physical computing, creative coding, and data visualization at Parsons (The New School) and School of Visual Arts, NY.
Matthew describes himself as a designer who can code, and a coder who can work with his hands.
For more background, check out this article on General Assembly's blog.
Artist on Display - Gewerbemuseum Winterthur (sched. 11/2015)
Artist on Display - mudac Lausanne 10/2014 - 04/2015
Presenter, Open Hardware Summit, MIT 09/2013
Artist on Display - Triennale Museum, Milan, Italy. 12/2012 – 03/2013
Speaker at Visualized Conference, NYC 02/2012 and 02/2014
Speaker at Archiving the Arts Symposium, NYU, 10/2012
Speaker at Orphans 8, Museum of the Moving Image, 04/12