As an artist, educator, and scholar I investigate relations between communications, technology, and education. The particular ways in which people utilize technology to communicate have significant cultural, semiotic, and political implications; a careful examination of these practices will improve understandings of education beyond the bounds of schooling and help to elucidate student-centered approaches to study, especially in the context of participatory culture and educational technology. I facilitate courses about Media Arts; Journalism; Video as Art; Animation; Equity, Ethics, Social Issues and Educational Technology; Technologies and Literacies; Communication Theory and Social Thought; as well as Music. Politics and aesthetics interest me as theoretical issues, but the real pleasure comes as they unfold in everyday experience.