Andrew Jarman - Technician, Media Resources

Andrew Jarman uses various mechanical apparatuses, including both
still image and motion capturing, to practice the act of looking.
Nineteenth century technological advances and shifts in visual
perception inform his use of photography as a collaboration between
personal memory, mass production, and both individual and collective
desires. He is a graduate of Pratt Institute, and currently is based
in New York City where he is faculty at Baruch College and Parsons
School of Design, and a full-time technician at the Making Center at
Parsons.