My design work extends across a wide range of media, and I don't think about it as something wholly separate from other creative work such as art and writing. Rather, it is a specific way of addressing structure and intentions and something that fosters useful forms of critical thinking about the made world.

In my practice, the most design-centric work falls into three broad and overlapping areas:
speculative design: projects that posit alternatives to the cultural status quo, such as the Museum of Forgery website;
visual and environmental design: encompassing sets, projections, installations, and interactive events; and
communication design: books, websites, fonts, posters.

Projects in speculative design are scattered throughout this website. Books can be found under the projects menu. Set, font, poster, and website design projects can be accessed from the design menu or by way of the links on this page.