Matt Romein is a video and interaction designer/technologist based in Brooklyn, NY. He has worked extensively in the experimental theater/dance world designing for artists such as Neal Medlyn, The A.O. Movement Collective, GRANDMA, and Piehole. He also works as the technical director for the Obie award winning CATCH performance series.
He also develops his own work in the realm of audio/visual performance, designing and performing with custom-made software. He is a member of Fast Food Collective, an expanded cinema performance group and his work has been shown at AUNTS, The Knockdown Center, The Invisible Dog, Secret Project Robot, Cloud City, and numerous other Brooklyn venues.
He is currently a resident researcher Tisch School of the Arts ITP program, a graduate program focused on creating coding and physical computing from which he received his master’s degree. His thesis work and research concerns the implementation of motion capture technologies and avatars within real-time performance in the spectrum of dance and theater.