As a computer science student, I experienced a dimension of creativity that exists in the space between the computer screen and the code that generates a display. Artistically, my creative process utilizes digital photography processed via editing software to abstract images, augment texture, and infuse color using code directed by artificial intelligence with neural networks. Vivid beauty, texture, and color can be found in these designs ranging from abstract topography to Northwestern contemporary landscapes.
Each image begins with a digital photo utilizing key principles of artistic design including balance, repetition, and movement. For me, limits are an important factor in creative development because limits are what generate unique solutions and therefore a unique product. The digital art I create is an interaction with software applications to generate new images with allusions to classical artistic expression.