I graduated from the University of New South Wales with a master's degree in cross-disciplinary art and design, with the emphasis on interactive storytelling with physical computing. I'm an artist, developer and educator with more than two decades of experience in computer aided art and design. I started my career in Hungary, and since then, I have worked and taught in various universities and studios in New Zealand, Singapore and in the US, including the Media Design School, the New York University's Tisch School of the Arts Asia, and the North Carolina State University. Currently I'm a professor at the Westphal College of Media Arts & Design - Drexel University in Philadelphia. Exploring the intersections between the physical and virtual world my projects communicate real events and scenarios using an abstract computer generated language, provoking new ways of digital storytelling using performative input, data and play.
Master of Cross-Disciplinary Art and Design, University of New South Wales, Australia, July 2014.
Certificate in Reflective Teaching, NC State, 2016.
Associate of Arts: 3D Computer Animation, Media Design School, New Zealand, July 2003.
Associate of Science: Telecommunication Technology, MESSC/Pataky I., Yugoslavia/Hungary July 1993.
Tenured Associate Professor, Digital Media, Drexel University, 2019 – present
Assistant Professor, Art + Design, North Carolina State University, 2014 – 2019
(Co-Director of the Graduate Program in Art+Design, 2017 – present)
Assistant Arts Professor, Animation and Digital Arts MFA, New York University, 2009 – 2014
Visiting Assistant Professor, Interactive & Digital Media, Nanyang Polytechnic, 2014 – 2014
Lecturer and Department Head, 3D Graduate Program, Media Design School, 2007 – 2009
Lecturer and Department Head, 3D Animation Program, Lifeway College, 2004 – 2007