With four degrees in his pocket (BS Physics, BS Math, Masters in Mechanical Engineering and Masters in Media Arts and Sciences) and the passion of a passionate porcupine, his parents couldn't be more proud. He thought someday soon he'd be Dr. Lieberman, but decided MIT dropout sounded cooler. He performs electronic music in the duo gloobic, publishes photography, and shows kinetic sculpture around the world. He has performed in Carnegie Hall, shown in the Cooper-Hewitt Smithsonian, and was the winner (with Dan Paluska) of the Award of Distinction at Ars Electronica for their work, Absolut Quartet. He also hosts the TV show 'Time Warp' on the Discovery Channel.