It can be tempting to see the digital domain as cold, harsh, and mechanical. Imperfections seem to be nonexistent, and files can be recalled from memory with ease. Yet the human experience affirms that life is not this way. Nature is unpredictable, time feels unfixed, and memories can be lost. As an artist and tinkerer of new technologies, I’m interested in challenging the preconceived notions of digital perfection, and finding transcendent beauty in zeroes and ones. I delight in creating endless spaces, and invite human interaction and glitches to influence the nature of my work. Lastly, as an introverted thinker, the digital medium enables me to explore philosophical and theological thought in new and unexpected ways.