CURRENT STUDENTS>JASMINE EDISON
Graduate Student, Creative Technologies
Because of my musical training, my primary mode of creation is sonic, and greater emphasis is placed on creative acts that are heard rather than seen. To that end, I have spent the last several years building and curating a sound library of field recordings from various locations around the world (Alaska, Canada, Sweden, Finland, and Norway among others). In my studies at Virginia Tech, I integrate my background in composition and computer music with newfound skills in animation, motion graphic design, photogrammetry, human-centered design, generative art, and new media to create sonic and visual art for immersive environments. Currently, I am most interested in making art that engages directly with themes of environmentalism, human-computer interaction, and emergent phenomena.
Max, Ableton Live, Adobe (AfterEffects, Premiere, Photoshop), Processing, HTML5, Maya, ZBrush, Sibelius, Social Media Outreach
Immersive Environments, Ambisonics, Multi-channel Audio, Field Recording, Motion Graphics, Human-Centered Design