An all around builder and coder. Having started on computers as a toddler, he began programming at age 10 and 3d modelling at 14, and has since moved into the world of fabrication with a focus on immersion and interactivity. He has worked on large scale metal sculptures for Burning Man, has a minor in Jazz Piano, and likes to spend his free time programming with experimental web technology.
Programmer, builder, if it can talk top a computer, I can make it talk to other things that also talk to a computer using Max MSP.
During the day, Craig works as an enterprise infrastructure architect at a non-profit in Austin, Texas. He is one of the lead organizers of Maker Faire Austin, has worked with mediums including oil, acrylic, charcoal, pencil, and dabbles with Arduinos and Raspberry Pi's to make noises and flashing lights. Craig has also constructed plans for an affordable, homemade tumbling composter and hopes to one day do comparitive studies on queso.
Tile maker, can kinda sew, do all sorts of ceramics, screenprint, good at research.
Alan is a hardware and software engineer interested in blending low-tech and high-tech into strange things.
An experiential artist whose work centralizes on creating community and play. She is a core member of the Iron Monkey Arts, a group which has received multiple honoraria grants to build large interactive metal sculptures for Burning Man, Critical Northwest, and Seacompression.
Composer, audio guy, circuit bender, builder of strange things that make noises.
Music, Sound Design, Video Editing, Photography, Filmaker.
Knows a lot of Makers 🙂
Installation artist, jewelry designer, and maker obsessed with geometry, math, kinetics, laser cutting, and 3D printing. Working at the intersection of art, craft, and design.
Maker, painter, screen printer, teacher
Carpentry, materials, odd items.
Tim loves the crossroads of invention and technology. He builds giant puppets, automata, big interactive science and technology displays, and all kinds of crazy art projects. In the last few years he has had a great time helping kids realize epic science projects, from building a pulse jet engine to sending a weather balloon to 95,000 feet.
Visual artist, designer, maker.