Robert Ramirez is a computer programmer, multimedia artist and dj based in Brooklyn, New York. He has collaborated with several international and New York based artists, musicians, filmmakers, and performers, developing interactive media applications for performance or installation, as well as sound, video, and 3D graphic design. Recent collaborators include performance artists Phil Soltanoff and Joe Diebes for Festival Novelum in Toulouse, sound and video artist Kurt Hentschlager for an installation at the Grand Palais in Paris, XI recording artist David Watson, dancer and choreographer Koosil-Ja Hwang, and performance company The Builders Association. Robert holds a Graduate Certificate in Interactive Arts from Brooklyn College, and a M.S. in Integrated Digital Media from Brooklyn Polytechnic University. He is currently employed by the software company Cycling '74, developing the next version of Jitter.
computer graphics (CG),motion graphics,performance,programming,sound design