Ryan Holsopple designs sound and video for performance with an emphasis on live interaction and real time processing. Recent projects include: Interaction Design for 31 Down’s dataPurge, PS122 COIL, 2015. Interaction Design for Mallory Catlett’s This Was The End, The Chocolate Factory, (2014 Bessie Award for Visual Design). Performed as Kenney in Radiohole’s production of Tom Murrin’s Myth (or Maybe Meth), La Mama, 2014 (Bessie Award Nominee). Associate Video Design for Annie Dorsen’s A Piece of Work, BAM Next Wave 2013, On The Boards, Seattle (2013). Interaction Design for Mantra Percussion’s performance of Timber, by Michael Gordon, BAM, December 2012. Programming laser pointer audience interaction for Bill Morrison’s Shooting Gallery, premier at BAM’s Next Wave Festival, November 2012. Ryan was nominated for the 2011 Hewes Design Award for sound design of 31 Down’s Here At Home, presented by the Bushwick Starr. 31 Down was awarded a Best Of New York 2007 by the Village Voice for his interactive telephone murder mystery set in the New York Subway system called Canal Street Station, co-produced by free103point9 Transmission Arts. Ryan has taught Radio Communication at the College of Staten Island and is a graduate of NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program.