I spend my time discovering creative ways to use physical and digital media and have a long history with business and the arts.
In 1990 I was the youngest business owner in the state of California for having a fully licensed lemonade stand.
From 1992 - 1995, I published 3 albums as a tiny punk record label called "Loquacity," which later transformed into an even smaller Jazz label called "Arcane."
From 2005 - 2010, I released my own "Chiptunes" album called “Mixing Numbers - Plastic Sushi” and created an online novelty toy company called "Utopian Key."
In 2013, I made a digital publishing company called "Rubber Acorn" and published a magazine called “Experimental Digital Publishing."
From 2014 - 2018 I’ve explored Art Video Games with a project called “Ringin’ Jinkies” and began writing about AR/VR Product Concepts as a hobby, many can be found in the "Ideas" section of this site.
Career wise, From 1995 - 2010 I’ve worked in two Contemporary Art Galleries, studied Media Art and Fine Art and have exhibited my work in galleries and sold to collectors.
From 2009 - Now, I’ve been an Interactive Designer at Gershoni Creative Agency, a Senior UX Developer at Dwell Magazine, a Senior Creative Technologist at Character, and AR/VR Product Designer at two startups.
My mission is to involve myself in the arts in ways which get artitst work seen and shared in the broadest way possible.
2009 - 2010: Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA, Fine Art
1995 - 2016: Santa Barbara City College, Santa Barbara, CA, Media Art
2001: Focused on the Forum, Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, CA
2000: Una Fiesta Del Arte, Perch, Santa Barbara, CA
2000: Caffeinated, Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, CA
2000: Focused on the Forum, Contemporary Arts Forum, Santa Barbara, CA
SFMoMA Tumblr, "Roast Beef Sushi," 07/06/2012
Beautiful/Decay, "Tiny Being - The Existential Work of Cody Pallo", 01/07/2010
The Independent, Duncan Wright, "CAF up Late", 05/18/2000