Noah Freehan makes stuff. He tries to think as hard as he can about what he wants to see in the world, and then make that happen. This usually requires a fluid correspondence between worlds and teams, and that’s how he likes it.
As an artist, Noah makes works that refine human bandwidth, either by expanding it to reach new spectra, or by focusing it in new ways. Often these works are designed to function in other experimental or speculative capacities, augmenting spaces with useful behaviors or holding a weird-mirror to your online personae. This is the space where he will also go by AKA, or AKA MEDIA SYSTEM.
As a professional, Noah works with small excellent teams, often at the state of the art, to make the right product happen. This role has taken many shapes and titles over the years, from heading up product strategy at Temboo, leading the critical and hardware research efforts at the New York Times R&D Lab, or building a Fab Lab at a NASA facility.
Since 2018 he's been working on WEFT, a radical-haptics company dedicated to helping people interact with technology on their own terms, and on their own time.