Albert Omoss is a director, designer, and computational artist.

Fascinated with organized systems from a very young age, Omoss began programming computers when he was 8 years old. Continuing to find beauty in the elegance of logical architectures, Omoss works around the existential motifs of computer simulation. His surrealist blending of organic and inorganic raises questions about human technological progress. His pieces often explore the fragility of the human form, the aesthetic complexity of physical processes, and the relationship between organisms and advanced technologies.

Omoss was a member of the “superteam” that crafted the award-winning title sequence for FITC Tokyo 2015, as well as writing and directing the short film Entangle for the F5 2015 Conference, which was awarded a Vimeo Staff Pick. His rise to success in the design industry has been featured in an article on Motionographer. His groundbreaking short film Undercurrents earned him a spot in Saatchi & Saatchi's New Directors Showcase for 2016.