Wayne Smith is a visual and sound artist living and working in San Francisco. Smith received a BA in Painting and MA in Sculpture from the San Jose State University. Working in a variety of media including drawing, installation and video, his work has been shown locally and internationally. Smith collaborated with Berlin-based artist D-L Alvarez on a sound and video installation loosely inspired by Joan Didion's "The White Album" that took place at Derek Eller Gallery, New York. A video installation at Exile Gallery in Berlin, Germany was shown as part of the Psychometry exhibition in 2009. Recording as Aero-Mic’d, Smith has released several albums, employing combinations of field recordings, improvisation, and digital manipulation.