JoeJoe Martin is an electronics artist who works in San Francisco, CA.
For the past 14 years, he has been a principal designer in some of the largest, most complex, and most appreciated pieces at the Burning Man festival in Black Rock City, NV. His electronic work has brought to life Marco Cochrane’s Bliss Dance and Re:Evolution, Peter Hudson’s Homouroboros, Tantalus, Eternal Return and Charon, Robert Bose’s Balloon Chain, Michael Christian’s Candelaphytes, and Zachary Coffin’s Temple of Gravity and Universe Revolves around You.
JoeJoe was born in Rochester, MN in 1977 and has been involved in computers and electronics since an early age. He received a Computer Engineering degree at Georgia Tech in 2000. His early work was in alternate process photography and kinetic video sculpture. In 2003, JoeJoe moved to the Bay Area where he was a cofounder of LumiGeek, a custom circuitry and software company for large-scale lighting installations. Some of his clients include Red Bull, SXSW, Salesforce, Summit Series, The Do Lab, Coachella, Autodesk, Cirque du Soleil, and artist Jen Lewin.
In 2014, JoeJoe was invited to be a resident artist at Autodesk’s Pier 9. He is currently applying his electronics expertise at Obscura Digital, a creative studio that creates immersive experiences through projection mapping.