Justin Waldstein is a Brooklyn-based artist with a background in both fine and commercial art. A New York City native, he studied at Parsons School of Design, The New School for Social Research, and Hunter College. He has exhibited his paintings, drawings and projections in galleries, performance spaces and theaters in New York and internationally. He has also worked as a designer, photographer, illustrator and teaching artist. Justin maintains a multi-disciplinary approach to art in his current practice, which includes projections composed of drawings and photos in live performance. "Bazm-o-Razm," a collaborative projection project, premiered at the Brooklyn Museum in 2008. He continued developing this medium during a residency and performance at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center in 2010. At the end of that year he created visuals composed of drawings and animation for a performance at HERE Art Center in New York City. Justin continues to explore live projections, drawings, paintings, and projects combining all of these mediums.