I am a writer, designer, and teacher. My first book, The Road to Somewhere: An American Memoir (W. W. Norton), documents driving fifty-thousand miles through America. In addition to working as a creative director and designer, I teach courses about the history and politics of visual culture at Parsons School of Design.

I often collaborate with the artist Candy Chang on interactive installations that introduce new rituals into public space, and our projects have appeared in the Rubin Museum of Art, the Annenberg Space for Photography, and the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum.

Each day I write a short post for a series called Notes From the End of a World because I want to etch these strange times into my memory before they are forgotten. Before the world changes completely.

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