My name is Jeff Palmer. Thanks for stopping by.

The first part of my career was defined by technology. For over twenty years I spent my time building software and managing software development teams. You may have heard of some of the things I’ve worked on: Orbitz, The Climate Corporation, CircleCI. It was a rewarding part of my life that had its highs and lows; I especially enjoyed helping to mentor and grow new leaders.

In 2021 I left that world to pursue my passion for the visual arts. I started by experimenting with data visualization, specifically the visualization of data produced by the software development process. You can see some of these visualization projects in my blog.

Eventually, however, I realized that I was much more interested in the purely visual side of this process, and not so much the data journalism side. I decided to explore generative art (the use of algorithms and randomness to create art) which helped me to realize just how much I enjoy combining my development skills with visual creativity.

At the moment you can purchase copies of my art digitally (as NFTs), and I am actively testing out various print options for offline sales. Most of my current work is available on fxhash, and some older works can be seen here. All of my digital work has been made available on the Tezos blockchain because I care about the environmental impacts of my actions and Tezos provides an energy efficient alternative to other cryptocurrencies.

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me on twitter, or directly on this site.