From film to digital art,
I have enlarged and deepened my technical knowledge.
Programming is more than technical. It’s creative practice. Knowing how to program expands my abilities to make aesthetic ideas come true. Today I can say I’m a programmer, I know how to find logical solutions and I’m not afraid to explore new languages. Sure, sometimes I pull out a little hair, but the satisfaction of reaching a desired result is enormous. Programming is also a lot of fun.
Experimenting with audio was an obvious choice. Already with good experience in the production of images, I found important to understand the use of sound and its production. Besides the cultural background, I acquired solid technical knowledge to create, produce and discuss about the effects of sound in the fields of new media and interactivity.
Video art and AV performances led me to discover the synthesis of moving images and new relationships between sound and image. Already experienced on planning and conceiving films, I went on practicing video editing, effects composing, image manipulation through code, video mapping, and website design. Now my visuals reach a wider range of screens.