Hi, everyone. Nice to meet you.
My name is: Sangyun Han.
My 1st major was Electronics Engineering.
And then I worked as a Product Engineer for 3 years fulltime.
My 2nd major was Graphic Design at SVA.
Now I am studying Product Design at Parsons (BFA junior).
I have two .com sites but these are underconstruction right now. So I just liked my youtube channel.
Education and Work
- BK System Co., Ltd.
- Product Engineer
- Time Period:
- April 2003 – April 2006
- Full-time / Professional
I’m coming to Parsons from Israel. My background is graphic design and education,
but I’m enjoying much more crafts, physical computing and any other creative work
with my own hands, instead just with the computer.
I love to make stuff and for the most I love to make toys.
I’m first year MFA DT student. I’m originally from Turkey. My undergrad is sculpture. I’ve also finished 2 year certificate program in Electronic Imaging & Illustration at Pratt Institute – NYC . I’ve been working as consultant creative director for an affiliate marketing NYC company “DGMAx Interactive”
It’s pleasure to meet everyone. I hope we’ll have great experience in this class.
Some of my works are available to see on flickr, check ‘em out :
My undergraduate was in music technology, and I worked as a sound designer /composer before I came to Parsons. I make chiptune and electronic music and still perform frequently. I am intrigued by the idea of modifying/ hacking existing hardware and software and hope to be able to do it myself. I also would like to become more familiar with electronics and coding, and make some awesome projects from the class.
It’s great meeting you all.
I’m Jessica Floeh, an MFADT 2 year.
I like to find out how things work – - machine, mind, body, and soul.
I grew up in St. Louis, MO and moved to Boulder, CO where I received my BFA in Photography and a Certificate in Technology, Arts and Media.
My interests lie in individual and overlapping areas of healthcare, social-psychology, and art/design.
I am currently working on my thesis, Hanky Pancreas, which is a clothing and accessory line that attempts to address socio-psychological issues faced by Type 1 Diabetics, especially in their teen years. I hope it will establish a more dynamic community and encourage positive feelings for Type 1 Diabetics in order to improve physical and mental health.
Beyond that, the project I am most proud of recently is exChange, two connected wearable devices that mimic an exchanged breathing pattern of two individuals. I began this project thinking about the potential it could have for asthmatic patients but this current prototype serves as a conceptual performance piece.
Hello there fellow makers,
My name is Brian A. Bernhard some folks know me as “Blight the Clown”. I am a first year MFADT student and a full time maker if stuff. I received my BFA from VCU in 1999 majoring in Sculpture, but most of my “sculptures” were video based installations. I worked for a little while building large fiberglass outdoor animatronic sculptures for theme parks, but after realizing how much of a pain in the ass that work environment is, I began to focus more on video. I landed a job at a local FOX affiliate in their broadcast operations department. While working in the engineering department of the TV station, I quietly picked up as many books on motion graphics and video editing as I could and began to teach myself broadcast design and slowly build a reel of work that I felt I could potently get a job with. With the engineering background I had at the FOX station, I managed to land a gig at a PBS affiliate in NYC and moved up to Brooklyn. While working in the IT/Broadcast Operations department of WNYE TV, I continued to build my reel and develop my skills in After Effects and jumped at the opportunity to create content for the station when projects became available eventually creating my own position at the station as the graphics department. After some time, I was inspired to create longer form content, so I began to develop an episodic TV series about local artists in NYC called, “ART or something like it!” WNYE eventually got wrapped up in political issues with the city, and I was offered a position at CUNY TV, where I have been a staff editor/producer for the last 6 years and completed two seasons of my art series. Throughout all of that “professional” drama, I have continued to create my own art, develop other web video content, produce various comic strips, short films, and perform on a regular basis with my psycho circus industrial swamp rock band, “Things Outside The Skin.”
- My Production website: http://www.blightproductions.com
- My Newest Webseries: http://www.afoolsidea.com
- My TV series about artists: http://artorsomethinglikeit.com
- My Band’s website: http://www.totsland.com
- My Youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/blightproductions
- My Twitter: http://twitter.com/BlightTheClown1
- My Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/blightproductions/
- My Instructable: http://www.instructables.com/member/blightproductions/
Brian A. Bernhard