In 2017 I got my Ph.D. in Art History. My research has been focused on how technology and web in particular changes the way we tell visual stories. Below is my Personal Statement explaining my interest in this topic.
This is the lecture I’ve given at ITP Camp at New York University about investigating how “fancy tech” is helping to shape open, honest, and more efficient political systems.
I am coming from a country with quite a “questionable democracy” and have seen (and even unconsciously participated in) technology being used to suppress and surveil.
However, my whole last year at ITP was devoted to using the power of technology to fight fears, collective traumas, all kinds of oppression, and propaganda. There will be cases and examples, research and practical findings, and a workshop on combining storytelling practices with ML for your own socially significant projects.
“Orfeo ed Eurydice” is the unique mixed reality opera experience our team developed in 2020 for the Robert L.B. Tobin Director-Designer Prize competition. I was proud to work with creative technologist Gil Sperling to prepare the conceptual and technical breakdown of the XR system.
MyGlowBox is the marketplace for clean and sustainable beauty products, a mobile app with innovative features, and a subscription service.
For this project I developed business and marketing strategies, as well as prototyped ML functionality for the mobile app. Together with my teammates I brainstormed, researched, and proved the initial…
I’m a content producer, experienced in creative technology (VR, ML, web, interactive), digital marketing, creative writing, video editing, and teaching. I’m open to collaboration and would be happy to bring my skills and passion to new projects and teams.