Accomplishments in the lab:
2016-2018: Conceptualized and leaded the multidisciplinary Bio-Sound-Art project – Micro Lux Chants, which is a new form of research investigating the use of the medium of sound and music as a data interpretation technique to study the life cycle of bioluminescent bacterium- Aliivibrio Fischeri. Currently, the project is being led by Brian Merlo.
2016-2017: Worked under Ashton Brillante as the Junior Sound Designer for Creative Disturbance, and helped in editing and publishing over 30 podcasts on different channels.
2017-2018: Worked as the Senior Sound Designer and Production manager for Creative Disturbance. Handled a team of two junior sound designers and maintained a production pipeline to regularly publish podcasts.
Presented Micro Lux Chants at the RAW conference twice(2017 and 2018), held by the department of Arts and Humanities at The University of Texas at Dallas.
Won an honorary mention award for the pop up locker exhibit in the ATEC building. Micro Lux Chants was exhibited in one of the lockers.
Presented NoemaScope, an audio-video immersive installation done in collaboration with Prof Andrew Scott at the ATEC 3D studio. I did the sound design and projection mapping for this project and also included the bioluminescent bacteria time-lapse footage in the installation.
Worked on a science communication video for the Data Stethoscope project.