Jeffrey Concepcion a.k.a. Epic Jefferson (NY, NY – 1985 -> still alive) lives in San Juan, Puerto Rico and is completing his bachelors in Interdisciplinary Studies (Art & Technology/ Electronic Music) at the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras (UPR), where he studies with Alejandro Quinteros (interactive multimedia, multichannel audio, and physical computing) and Nora Ponte (electronic music technique and composition). He works as unofficial technician of Artec (Art & Technology lab of the Fine Arts Dept. of the UPR) and as research assistant of Alejandro Quinteros, director of the Art & Technology Dept. and multimedia electronic artist.
Areas of exploration:
Pd & Max/MSP
Electric Bass/ Upright Bass
Electronic/ Improvisational Music/ Noise
New Instruments for Musical Expression
Surround Sound 5.1/ Multichannel Audio
Physical Computing (Arduino)
He is founder and director of The A/V Machinist Collective, a non-profit org which emphasizes, but is not limited to, the application of technology to the arts.