I teach courses on relational technology and human social dynamics at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program, a graduate program for “the study of the recently possible.”

I’m interested in how people relate to technology and how they relate to each other via technology. Each course focuses on a particular type of relationship—stranger interactions, intimacy and technology, and authenticity and technology—and digs into what we know from a wide range of disciplines about how that type of relationship works, with and without technology. I give particular emphasis to skills in field research and field testing of projects.