Hi. I'm Mike.

I make experimental games, interactive art, and software tools. Above all, I like to make things that color the way people view the world in interesting ways.

Until recently, I worked with the Playful Systems group at the MIT Media Lab, where my research focused on storytelling at the intersection of experiential theatre, interactive fiction, and audio-based augmented reality. In the past, I've worked on great products and teams such as Words With Friends, Timehop, Sensible Object, Etsy, and Pivotal Labs.

I believe the best way to get anything done is through intense collaboration with a few passionate and creative people. I love meeting new folks to jam with, so feel free to get in touch for any reason.

If you need a designer or developer for your software or playful object/experience, consider hiring me for contract work!

A few things I've made

This is a small selection of my projects. I have a complete list if you'd like to see more.

A few things I've written

There's plenty more for you to read on my blog.

Design and Technology

Code

Upcoming speaking engagements

"Real-world roguelikes: procedural generation in the physical world"
Roguelike Celebration. San Francisco, CA. November 11-12, 2017

"Let's JavaScript like it's 1927: making weird art with cross-platform JS"
Nodevember. Nashville, TN. November 27-28, 2017

...But wait, there's more!

Want to get in touch for any reason? Feel free to reach out via your preferred method of communication. I accept carrier pigeons, smoke signals, and singing telegrams, but I'd probably recommend email.

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