Rich DDT is an interactive installation designer, live electronic music producer/performer, and event organizer. His custom work for museums, public spaces, and art events features emerging technologies to create an awe-inspiring, educational and playful environment for human connection.
He has been designing interactions since 2008, curating experiences that encourage collaborative group creativity in digitally augmented spaces. He has mastered sensors and new media software to spark effortless engagement with intuitive & highly responsive interfaces. Rich DDT co-founded the interactive technology design studio Anticlockwise Arts, the live electronic music and arts agency LoveTech, and has created installations for The Exploratorium, The Tech Museum of Innovation, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and the CA Academy of Sciences.
On stage, Rich Detonates Dance Tracks in live music performance, wielding his custom ControlliTAR to make contagiously funky dance music, live looped and electrifying, infused with exotic and nostalgic beats and bass blasted world flavors. In the music studio, his crafts full spectrum sound designs from ambient, dub, techno and orchestral to esoteric sound effects and foley.
He has performed at several large events & festivals including Maker Faire, SF MusicTech Summit, Lightning In A Bottle, Symbiosis, Sea of Dreams, Lucidity and Priceless, and been featured in publications such as CNET, Keyboard Magazine, Controllerism.com and the SF Bay Guardian & Chronicle.
At the core of his multifaceted journey lies a tenacious passion for bringing community, ingenuity, and wondrous new dimensions of expression to the curious among us.