Trained as an interaction designer in France, I've practiced creative coding and critical thinking around technology since 2012. My work revolves around the intersection of data and civil rights, information security, environmental conservation, and the art world.

These days I work with NGOs, universities and news organizations. Do you need some data visualization work done? Drop me a line!

Deface

2015-2018

Deface is an app that prevents Facebook from reading people’s messages.

Into the Okavango

2014-2017

Can we make open science accessible beyond academia? Into the Okavango turns a field expedition in Botswana into an immersive online experience and a user-friendly API.

C2 Brain

2017

I joined the The New School’s Center for Data Arts to visualize the depth and breadth of conversations that took place at one of the world’s most eclectic business conferences.

Talks

2013-2017

A sample of the talks I’ve given. Over the past years I’ve been invited to talk about information design, open data practice, and in one instance about the lack of diversity in tech.

Elephant Atlas

2016

Elephant populations are declining dramatically in most African countries. Can data visualization provide tools for addressing this issue, given the complex scientific and socio-economic background involved in wildlife conservation?

Radiant City

2016

In 1996, Lev Manovich described interactivity as a ‘totalitarian art form’, the internet as ‘a communal apartment of Stalin era.’ What can we learn from authoritarian architecture and its influence on social media?

Floodwatch

2014-2016

How can we claim back the ownership over our online identity when most data systems are designed as black boxes? Floodwatch reverse-engineers targeted advertising by crowdsourcing data collection.

Specimen Box

2014

What do botnets tell us when given a voice? Specimen Box is a research tool that lets us explore the personality of those malware networks.