A California transplant, Roddy Schrock joined Eyebeam in December of 2008 and brings experience in media art, curation, and cultural production. At Eyebeam, he maintains and develops the organization's unique framework of collaboration and engagement among the residents and fellows, a framework that propagates long-term working relationships and the creation of highly innovative art+technology projects.
As a sound artist, Roddy creates "sound objects" rooted in embodiment: of location, history, time and culture, and exploration of sound's origin in the visceral human impulse to communicate. His work in audio software design has been used by award-winning composers. He has lived and worked in Tokyo, the Netherlands, and Northern California. As an educator, he has taught electronic music at STEIM (Netherlands) and as a lecturer at De Anza College (California). He received his MFA from Mills College and completed post-graduate work at the Royal Conservatory of the Hague.