Caleb lives at the intersection of creative technology and business. A former management consultant, he is now a student at the Tisch School of the Arts.
At school he is expanding his knowledge of both well-established creative tools and nascent technologies, with a primary interest in networks, connected devices, and the manipulation of data and media.
Caleb is looking to combine his business and technical skills with a team where he can help make an engaging project or program succeed.
Creative Technology Program at the Tisch School of the Arts. Code, data, and media-driven coursework focusing on web development, networking & devices, and A/V installation.
Studies include both practical and theoretical application of the ‘recently possible’. Both types of personal work can be found can be found at blog.calebfergie.com
In the CIO Advisory group, worked for CIOs and technology departments of major financial institutions. Recurrent experience with project management, data analysis, data modeling, and report design.
Experienced in IT organization governance and process design. Gained strong industry knowledge and perspective on IT transformation and innovation efforts including blockchain technology, data management, and cybersecurity.
Market, product, and competitive analysis of companies set to IPO in the near future. Internalized entire ecosystems of tech products and services, and their drivers for valuation.
As a startup, the company prided itself on ‘lean’ research methodologies primarily using entirely free, public information to generate insights.
Marketing and Operations (MOPS) coordination focused on affiliate marketing and site data analysis for CollegeHumor.com and other sites. Responsible for onsite traffic trade, SEO, and analysis of site metrics, as well as some creative work.
Worked across the marketing, adverstising operations, and creative teams to make effective campaigns with quality content.
A selection of favorite projects. See more project & results on GitHub, Vimeo, and blog.calebfergie.com
Cryptomania is a sculpture designed as commentary on the pandemonium surrounding cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin or Ethereum. It pulsates with light based on real-time price changes of a particular cryptocurrency.
Demo’d at the ITP 2017 Winter Show. Concept, design, code and physical fabrication by Caleb Ferguson
The current version has a set playlist of 6 songs that can be activated with the media player buttons. The space scene reacts to the sound using a fast Fourier transform (FFT).