Tyler Henry is a software developer, artist, technician and creative consultant working at the intersection of immersive media and interaction design. He been planning and producing multimedia art exhibitions for nearly a decade, and he works commercially under Tyler Henry Creative LLC to produce bespoke interactives for museums and public venues.
In his studio practice, he creates interactive installations that combine experimental forms of video, computer vision, and machine learning to explore the archaeology of technology and the physical effects of mediation. His work deals primarily with relationships between the body, geography, cinema, and surveillance.
Tyler is current faculty at Parsons MFA Design and Technology, where he teaches the Occupy Earth mixed reality collab and openFrameworks studio Algorithmic Vision. Since 2011, Tyler has worked as Media Systems Manager at Smack Mellon; prior to that he spent three years at the Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia as the Head of Visual Media and Technology.
He holds an MFA with Honors in Design and Technology at Parsons/The New School, and a BA in Modern Culture and Media from Brown University.
CV/resume available by request