Mathew Schwartz is a 3D Artist and Designer with a BFA and a Masters Of Science in Architecture with a concentration in Digital Technology from the University of Michigan. He has spanned the field of inter-disciplinary work with projects ranging from computer science programming to classical sculpture and the mixtures therein. By utilizing his skills in computer programming and classical sculpture he creates work dealing with the human body from many different aspects. His body of work includes projects from cognitive navigation with EEG devices to contemporary sculptures utilizing motion capture data. As an artist, Mathew has exhibited in Philadelphia, Chicago, Ann Arbor, and Seoul.
In the design field he has interned at Shane&Shawn creating work ranging from posters to tech-packages. Continuing in the fashion field he learned custom hand-made jewelry design from ChaingMai, Thailand artist Sirilak Samanasak. Mathew has also worked on numerous research projects through his job at the University of Michigan 3D Lab that cover fields such as architectural way-finding and medical research visualizations. He has worked on the interactive ray-tracer Manta through his research at North Carolina State University.
Currently at: DYROS