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Phan (pronounced “Pan”) is a sound designer and interactive visual artist based in Brooklyn, New York. Phan has collaborated on sound design, interactive installation and music production projects with a number of prominent artists and organizations, including Marina Abramovic, Derek Cianfrance, Donna Karan, Kate Spade, National Geographic, Mercedes-Benz, VW, Panasonic, MTV and New York Times. Most recently, his interactive projects Visualizing Heartbeat were featured by new media outlets such as Engadget, Discovery News, Interactive Design, Make, FWD Thinking, Adafruit, Tecmundo, Gizmodo, and The Creators Project. Phan has also exhibited his work at distinguished festivals and galleries, including Sundance, Chicago Cultural Center, Gizmodo Gallery, Gene Siskel Film Center, IFC, New York University, Slamdance, IAC HQ, and Sonar Festival. Phan received an MPS from the Interactive Telecommunications at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts in May 2013. He also holds a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Film and Audio from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.