Jesús Armand is a Brooklyn and Boston-based multimedia artist, director, software programmer, entrepreneur and former professional ballet dancer. He got his BA in Political Science from Yale.
His spans several disciplines including design, photography, video, and sculpture, especially as they interact with technology. Currently, he's working toward an MVP for an iPhone app, as the coder and designer, that brings AR to video chat and tele-conference collaboration on handheld devices, tablets and AR headsets. He is also working on a series of self-portraits that explore social assumptions, as well as a 2016 Presidential Election meme pop-up shop.
Recent work includes Dance Prints, an internationally renowned series of Dance Photographs that were the basis for a successful Kickstarter campaign. The series has been hailed as ground-breaking by arts educators for its ability to visually communicate dance to new audiences and students. Commercial photo/video/tech clients include Intel, Microsoft, Mashable, the Partnership for a Healthier NYC. His work has been featured by PBS Arts, the Huffington Post, the Daily Mail, La Reppublica (Rome), The Art Director's Club, Slate and PetaPixel, among many others.
He represents himself and can be contacted at info -(a)- jarmandstudio.com