Barcelona

Carlos A. Scolari

Carlos A. Scolari has a Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics and Communication Languages (Catholic University of Milan, Italy) and a Degree in Social Communication (University of Rosario, Argentina). He is Associate Professor at the Department of Communication  of the University Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona, Spain). He's lectured about digital interfaces, media ecology and interactive communication in more than 20 European and Latin American countries. Between 1990-2002 he worked as Interaction /Interface Designer at Ars Media (Torino, Italy).

Most important publications: Hipermediaciones. Elementos para una teoría de la comunicación digital interactiva (2008), El fin de los medios masivos (with M. Carlón, 2009), Crossmedia Innovations (with I. Ibrus, 2012) y Narrativas Transmedia (2013) and Archaeology of Transmedia (with P. Bertetti and M. Freeman, Palgrave, 2014 - in press). His articles have been published en Communication Theory, New Media & Society, International Journal of Communication, Semiotica, Information, Communication & Society, Journal of Visual Literacy, Comunicación y Sociedad, deSignis, Signo y Pensamiento, etc.

Carlos A. Scolari

Montecarlo

Montecarlo, born in Barcelona, Spain. BA in Fine Arts and MBA in Film and TV. Started his career as a comic-book author (writer & artist) and video maker. Since then he has written feature films and has script-doctored other film projects (fiction & documentary). He has directed short films and 3D animation series, taking charge of the script, the storyboard and direction. He has also designed exhibitions, and interactive games.

His interest in exploring new narrative strands has led him to create Química visual (Visual Chemistry). The company works in two areas: Storytelling for organizations and Creation of Transmedia Projects. He combines this work with lectures and workshops in the same areas. He is co-author of the novel “El consejo” (The board/The advice), a story about the power of Storytelling, and author of “Filmmaking Techniques” and “One Day at a Time – a Journey Through Images”. Currently he is working on several transmedia projects and in the organization of events related to the subject. Simultaneously he is preparing his PhD on Narrative Structures in Visual Media.

Montecarlo

Antoni Roig Telo

Senior Lecturer/ Researcher Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Antoni Roig Telo

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Cape Town

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Filipa Domingues

Lauren Edwards

Simon Kohler

Bryan Little

Iain Manley

Riley Thompson

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Dominican Republic



France - Bordeaux

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Arnaud Hacquin

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Boston

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Johnathan Carr

Johnathan Carr is an award-winning filmmaker, media designer, and native of Greater Boston.  He has created over a hundred film & video productions from all sides of the camera and designed media projection for numerous theatrical productions in New York and Boston including the American Repertory Theater's Tony Award-winning Pippin.
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Brussels

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Hervé Verloes

Costa Rica

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Javier Sánchez Mata

Born in the south of downtown San José, Costa Rica, Javier describes himself as a lover of good stories and funny jokes. He studied graphic design in high school and later got his diploma in advertising and public relations at the University of Costa Rica. Javier is currently studying a Masters in Management of Information and Communications Technology at the National University of Costa Rica.

Javier started his career as a journalist for the Central American and Caribbean edition of Advertising Age magazine, where he was Managing Editor from 2011 to 2013. He then moved on to work for Grupo Nación, the biggest Costa Rican editing group, as brand manager of La Nación, one of the most important newspapers of the country.

As copywriter, Javier has won awards in international festivals such as Copywriters in Chile and Caracol de Plata in Mexico, along with other Costa Rican accolades in the public relations realm.

Andrea Morales Coto

Andrea has two passions: storytelling and interaction. This has led to her donning several hats over the years: director, transmedia producer, storyteller, and even experience creator.

She became the first transmedia creator of Costa Rica in 2013, when “Caída Libre” premiered, a story that spanned across film, audio and the written word.  The production was the first audiovisual work in the country to hold a Creative Commons By license, and was officially selected at the 2013 edition of the Creative Commons Nordic Film Festival.

Also in 2013, Andrea cofounded Costa Rica’s first interaction design school, at VERITAS University, which now has 15 active graduate students. She has written several articles for the nationally acclaimed arts and culture magazine Revista Áncora, and her work has been featured on La Nación, CRHoy.com, AmeliaRueda.com, and Teletica.

Andrea Morales Coto

France - Grand Ouest

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Julien Kostrèche

Julien is a media specialist. After Science Po in Paris, he has been a reporter for several magazines and daily papers. He co-founded and is Editor in Chief of the magazine Don Quichotte. He is also Editor in Chief of CAPA online, works with Serge Moati on a French wellknown Politics TV Show. Director of local television programs (Télénantes) and Editor in chief of the electronic editions of Terra eco.

Philippe Roux

Philippe is an Internet pioneer. In 1994, he was the first service and hosting provider in Nantes. He rapidly specialised in counselling and advice on community and public services’ web projects (he was involved in the SmartCities project). In 1997, he founded Kosmos, a company developing and editing content management software (CMS) for universities, large organisations and education (leader in France). In 2005, he sold his company and has since spent all his time mounting innovate collaborative projects at the crossroads of information and Internet.

Los Angeles

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Kel O'Neill

Tanya Leal Soto

Producer and Content creator for multiple platforms. A world traveller, she has worked in theatre, film, TV and Art exhibits for the last 15 years.  She has a BA in Art Theory from La Universidad del Claustro de Sor Juana in her hometown D.F. and received her MA in Film Studies from the University of Kent in Canterbury. Nine years ago she moved to Los Angeles from Mexico City to work alongside Academy Award winner Actor and UNESCO Special Envoy Forest Whitaker, helping develop projects and managing operations for a variety of endeavors. Her main interest regardless of the platform is and will always be the story. She is interested in stories that matter, that talk about the human race, our emotions, our failings, and how do we come together.  If this is done through sci-fi that is a huge plus. She is currently experimenting with immersive media. 

Tanya Leal Soto

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Miami

Diliana Alexander

Diliana is an award-winning TV and film director and producer, who moved to Miami to pursue a MFA Degree in Film. Upon graduation, she decided to make Miami her home and to accept the Executive Director position at IFCM Corp, once it was established as a non-profit organization in 2012.
Diliana Alexander

Cassandra Chamoun

Cassandra Chamoun

New York City

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Aina Abiodun and Mike Knowlton co-founded StoryCode as a way to provide much-needed support to a burgeoning community of immersive media creators and to introduce the public to this new form of storytelling. StoryCode is an open-source chapter based movement.
We invite enthusiasts and professionals alike "to storycode" — simply meaning, to tell a story in a new way, using the bounty of new tools at our disposal.

Aina Abiodun

Born and raised in Nigeria, Aina Abiodun received her BA from Amherst College and an MFA in film directing at UCLA. Aina is an award-winning filmmaker who has expanded her creative work across media platforms. Aina has written, directed and produced campaigns and platform extensions for Project Runway, Barbie, Hot Wheels, Seamless Web and The Huffington Post. Most recently she launched a cross-platform media venture, AINA MEDIA, inc. Aina lives in New York where she founded Transmedia NYC, the first organization to support transmedia artists and their work.
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Mike Knowlton

A digital veteran of 20 years, Mike Knowlton has always pushed the boundaries of storytelling and technology. As a Creative Technologist he founded and led numerous technology companies including user-interface design firm Nascent State, digital agency BASIK, and open-source Flash technology Frontal. Mike has led large multi-disciplinary teams in developing complex software applications for brands including Bath & Body Works, Epoch Films, Gucci, MoMA, New York Magazine, Philosophy, Theory, Tiffany & Co., and Victoria's Secret. At his most recent venture Murmur he produces social films and consults with leading brands, studios, and networks on using social films to extend existing properties. Mike's background spans design, programming, advertising, and filmmaking. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Miami University.
Mike Knowlton

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France - Paris

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Gerald Holubowicz

Gerald Holubowicz has been a photojournalist for more than 12 years for various world reknown photo agencies such as Laif, Polaris images. He recently co-directed a transmedia documentary about campaign finance laws in the U.S called Moneyocracy (moneyocracy-project.com). He's also co-founder of Chewbahat a Storytelling Lab aiming to explore new forms of storytelling such as transmedia and interactive documentaries. Website: Chewbah.at
Gerald Holubowicz

Benjamin Hoguet

Benjamin Hoguet is the co-founder of Djehouti, a web development company creating HTML5 software for interactive content management (websites, webdocumentaries...). He graduated from ESCP Europe business school, specialized in communication and cultural industries management. Benjamin is also a writer and a screenwriter and has a secret passion for board games.
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Nadia Berg

Nadia Berg is a photographer, a journalist and cross-media project manager. Eager to expand the narrative fields, she focuses on the creation of exhibitions and participates in transmedia productions as a writer or director of production.

Nadia Berg

Florent Maurin

Florent Maurin graduated from Lille's journalism school in 2002. He then worked for Bayard for ten years - his last position there was editorial manager for Bayam 7-13 ans, the group's on-line offer for the youth. Alongside, he created The Pixel Hunt, a company creating rich interactive news content. He now spends most of his time designing newsgames for clients such as Lemonde.fr and building narrative designs for interactive documentaries. Website: thepixelhunt.com
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Peru

France - Provence

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Nicolas Dupont

Annabel Roux

Puerto Rico

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Raúl Ríos-Díaz

Raúl Ríos-Díaz founded the local chapter of StoryCode:Puerto Rico as a way to support and encourage the local community of immersive media creators and to introduce the public to this new form of storytelling. We embrace StoryCode open-source philosophy and invite enthusiasts and professionals "to storycode," to tell a story in a new way, using emerging technologies. We speak Spanglish!


Ríos-Díaz is the filmmaker and transmedia producer at Alt165 Media Creations, engaged in producing interactive technology and media production for Latin America and the Caribbean. He is also the founder of ZIPDatum, a Location Intelligence platform. His passion is teaching screenwriting and digital storytelling.
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San Francisco

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Ken Fisher

Ken is the founder and creative director of Truth Be Told Creative. A story telling shop on a mission to help good causes tell powerful stories. Ken is an expert at cinematic storytelling and creative strategy. Through ethnography and research he develops insights and uses them to craft creative and documentary films to help causes make an impact. Ken is passionately curious, a talent that has lead him to the powerful truths of organizations working to solve climate, education, poverty & human rights issues around the world. His most recent films are being shown on Virgin America entertainment to raise awareness on ocean health for The Marine Mammal Center, on PBS raising awareness for Alzheimer's Disease and for the country of Malawi on Family Planning and gender equality. He studied at Georgetown and Oxford and is into woodworking and cycling.

Ken Fisher

Michael Epstein

Michael is a screenwriter, transmedia director, and expert in storytelling on mobile devices. He has a M.S. degree in Comparative Media Studies from M.I.T. where he specialized in developing multiplatform documentary films. Michael’s media production career began as a freelance radio reporter filing segments on human issues in technology for NPR’s “Morning Edition” and PRI technology shows. In  2006 Michael founded Untravel Media, a transmedia storytelling studio comprised of filmmakers, developers, and designers specializing in cinematic applications for mobile devices. The company has developed cross-platform apps for MTV, PBS, the Venice Biennale, and many museum and broadcast clients. Untravel’s 2009 project WALKING CINEMA: MURDER ON BEACON HILL (see:www.parkmanmurder.com was the company’s first transmedia project, extending a PBS American Experience documentary into the streets of Boston as a mobile app.  Epstein is currently working on SOMA STORIES, a hybrid fiction/documentary about  San Francisco’s current tech. boom. In the fall of 2014, Epstein will be an Adjunct Professor at the California College of Art, teaching a studio course titled “Landmarks, Memory, and Mobile Media.”

Michael Epstein

Singapore

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Born out of the Singapore Transmedia Meetup group the StoryCode Singapore chapter continues to advocate and educate about new forms and formats of narrative experiences set in the media business context of Singapore as well as the South-East Asian region.

Don Bosco

Don Bosco is a writer and publisher of fiction books from Singapore. In 2011, he founded Super Cool Books, a publishing company with interest in fantasy and mystery stories for children and young adults. As an active advocate of self-publishing and digital publishing, he has published ebooks, paperbacks and an iPad app.
Don Bosco

Marco Sparmberg

Marco Sparmberg is an award-winning transmedia producer and content strategist. Holding a MFA degree from Hong Kong Baptist University, he also is lecturer on university level as well as public speaker for new media and digital content strategies. While in Hong Kong, he worked as lead project developer for Salon Films with focus on international co-production and Pan-Asia film finance. In 2012, Marco co-founded Haexagon Concepts, Asia's first transmedia content and IP management agency dedicated to create and implement new forms of digital, immersive and interactive story formats into the APAC entertainment market. In the following year, he was one of the Transmedia Alliance's founding members and got selected for the Berlinale Talent Campus. While building internationally connected and recognized communities for South-East Asian storytellers and content creators he founded the Hong Kong Webfest as well as the Singapore chapter of StoryCode. In 2014, Marco joined MediaCorp as Senior Transmedia Producer at the Studios Division, developing transmedia extensions and content strategies for the national broadcaster’s prime time programming and tent-pole events. With the formation of the Digital Group in July 2015, Marco moved into the position of Social Media Lead. In this role, he is heading the Audience Development team and drives digital initiatives across MediaCorp’s social media networks.

Marco Sparmberg

Jacqui Hocking

Jacqui Hocking is a Creative Director (Filmmaker) and Co-Founder of LateNite Films in Melbourne, and Gone Adventurin, a Social Enterprise set up here in Singapore. She has produced, filmed and edited all over the world; living with Maasai Warriors in Tanzania, Sherpas on Mount Everest in Nepal, Iguanas on the Galapagos Islands, and loads of other remote and beautiful places she got to by sailing across oceans, hiking or cycling with her cameras. Her enterprise Gone Adventurin' supports others in the industry to adapt to the future of storytelling, and help the worlds most powerful brands change the world for the better - through connecting companies, communities and consumers through powerful content.
Jacqui Hocking

Sydney

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Storycode chapters convene real life events designed to educate, inform and connect creators of immersive and interactive stories. At the core of the Storycode movement is the willingness to make, experiment and participate in growing a broad and expansive discipline which will spawn new immersive experiences, stories and technologies.

Ester Harding

Ester Harding is an All Media Producer, with a passion for social-impact story telling and engaging audiences across platforms - she likes to push the boundaries in form, as well as subject. An award-winning filmmaker, Ester's previous work includes interactive docs for SBS Online and the all media wraparound for Storm Surfers 3D (winning the Screen Producers Australia Interactive Producer of the Year Award in 2012). With Media Stockade, Ester's focus is on social-impact documentary films and multiplatform projects. Ester freelances as a writer of storyworld bibles; is a regular guest lecturer at Australian Film Television Radio School (AFTRS), Metro Screen and the Information & Cultural Exchange; NSW Chapter Head for Screen Producers Australia; and currently studying for her Masters in Screen Arts and Business from AFTRS. She also really likes connecting people.

Ester Harding

Natasha Akib

As a member of Vibewire (youth network), StartSomeGood (crowdfunding platform) and Digital Storytellers (media production agency), my mission is to give a stronger voice & amplify the work of young changemakers.
Natasha Akib

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Torino

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Research and experimentation group made by professionals and scholars from different backgrounds - university, media, business - connected by the common interest in the potential of transmedia narratives.

Giulio Lughi

Giulio Lughi is professor of Sociology of Cultural and Communicative Processes at the University of Torino (Communication Science), where he teaches "Theories and Technics of New Media", "Interactive Storytelling", "Cultures of Digital Media". His research areas and most relevant publications  concern the relationship between ICT and humanities; multimedia theory; analysis of transmedia textes; interactive fiction; evolution from mass culture towards digital media culture. Books: Il romanzo d'esordio fra immaginario e mercato (Marsilio 1994); Parole online. Dall'ipertesto all'editoria multimediale (Guerini, 2001); Cultura dei nuovi media (Guerini 2006); Creatività digitale. Come liberare il potenziale delle nuove tecnologie (Franco Angeli 2015). In 1998 he stayed at Brown University, Providence (RI) as a visiting scholar. He is currently president of CISI (Interdepartmental Center for ICT in Humanities); member of Scientific and Teaching Board of ICON (Italian Culture On the Net); member of Editorial Board of several academic journals. He has worked in the publishing industry as a writer, translator, editor, series director.
Giulio Lughi

Silvia Inés Amici

Silvia Amici has a degree in Social Communication at the University of Rosario, Argentina. She specialised in Semiotics and Cinema at the University of Bologna, Italy. Since 1989 she is the head of Ars Media (www.ars-media.it), a multimedia communication company based in Turin, Italy. She has been the coordinator and director of more than a hundred of titles in the edutainment and communication fields. She has participated in many European Projects, in the framework of URBAL, ALFA and MEDIA PROGRAMME.
She’s co-founder of Eclectica (www.eclectica.it) and Pari-Go Onlus (www.parigo.it). She has been member of the Jury of international contest on e-content and digital creativity.
Activities: In Media Loci – Cross-media platform for promoting the territory – Politecnico di Torino et alt. (2013 - 2014 - open); Argento Attivo – Cross media didactic kit for caregivers and social workers (video, book, games) – ASL Rovigo (2012 - 2013); Play Hospital – Learning, playing and sharing to humanise the Paediatric Hospital – Cross media supports (videos, games, hypertext, book) OIRM Sant’Anna and Città di Torino (2009-2011); Diari della Salute – Life skills promotion for teens, parents and teachers – Multimedia Kit (video, book, website) – Citta di Torino (2008 – 2012); Affy Fiutapericolo – Teachers kit and Cross-Media Didactic Tools for children security culture prevention – ASL Torino (2010 – 2011); In Adolescenza – Cross Media Campaign and kit for promoting health and wellbeing between young people – Regione Piemonte (2009 – 2014); Eclisssi Totale – Videogame and teachers kit for domestic risks prevention – ASL Torino (2008 – 2010); Playlove – A Game for prevention of sexual risks – ASL Totino (2009 - 2010); PariComPari. Giovani, alcol e droghe. Educazione tra pari – Peer education cross-media didactic kit – MIUR  (2004 – 2008); Nodi&Snodi. Bullismo e violenza a scuola – Città di Torino (2001 - 2006).
Member of the Latin American Network of Digital Communication (ICOD Network) / Digital Communicators Project - ALFA Programme (2004-07) (PI); Coordinator of ID3 – Interaction, Interface and Information Design – Seminars and e-learning activites – MEDIA Programme (2002-2004); Coordinator (for Città di Torino) of Boulevard. Percorsi di Salute - URBAL Programme (2002-2005).
Silvia Inés Amici

Simone Arcagni

Simone Arcagni is cinema, video, media and new technologies scholar and critic. He collaborates with "Nòva - Il Sole 24 Ore, “Oxygen”, Technonews”, “DigiCult”, “Segnocinema” and other scientific reporting reviews. He hold a blog called Postcinema on the journalistic site «Il Sole 24 Ore». Director of “Screencity Review” and co-director (with Miriam de Rosa) of “Screncity Journal”, based in Torino. Researcher at the University of Palermo, he is also collaborator, reviewer and scientific committee of various international conferences, festivals, reviews and book series. He wrote and edited various books including: Screen City, Music Video (with Alessandro Amaducci); Oltre il cinema. Metropoli e media; Dal Postmoderno al post-cinema (edited by with Giovanni Spagnoletti); Cinema e web (edited by with Giovanni Spagnoletti).
Simone Arcagni

France - Toulouse

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Anil BHOSLE

Réalisation sonore
Anil BHOSLE

Annelyse VIEILLEDENT

Production artistique d’animation
 Annelyse VIEILLEDENT

Pauline ANTIPOT

Réalisation de dispositif numérique multimedia
 Pauline ANTIPOT

Valentine CHÂTELET

Recherche en sciences de l’information et de la communication
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Warsaw

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Marcin Marczyk

Film and television producer, enthusiast of new media and technologies, interested in their influence on the ways to tell a story. He participated in Power to the Pixel, Transmedia Next, Multi Platform Business School. He develops the platform Udyssey, supporting film and literary tourism, and used to transfer the stories to the urban fabric.
Marcin Marczyk

Kat Boratyn

Curator and producer of cultural events (film and new media), contemporary documentary researcher. For many years related to Kino.Lab program of the Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle (2010-2012 curator of the program). As a freelencer she works for cultural institutions and NGOs programming producing events (a. o. exhibitions „Direct it yourself” and „Interceptions” at Przemiany Festival of the Copernicus Science Center - 2014; KRK Interactive scetion of 55. Krakow Film Festival – 2015). She writes articles for „Obieg” art magazine and her blog „Love the Doc”. She received art grants from the Ministry of Culture and Warsaw City Council. At Warsaw University she writes her Ph. D. dedicated to contemporary documentary. Together with designer Małgorzata Jurko she works on an i-doc „Line 9”.

Kat Boratyn

Anna Desponds

Culture manager, film curator, educator. Has for many years co-created the Planete+ Doc (currently Docs Against Gravity) film festival. Co-host of the podcast "Radioset" (Odbiornik), interactive content designer at New Amsterdam. Interested in the future of the audiovisual medium, documentaries, and designing experiences, among other things. Works for inter-cultural dialogue and tries to practice sustainable tourism.

Anna Desponds

Washington DC

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Felicia Pride

Felicia Pride is a writer and producer with more than ten years experience working in media. She’s the head of media company pride collaborative, where she develops and collaborates on innovative film and media projects and has worked with PBS, NPR, the World Bank, Participant Media and more. Pride is also the director of storytelling institute StoriesLead, and the founder of The Create Daily, a startup that matches media makers with career-advancing opportunities. Felicia is the author of several books, including the essay collection The Message, which was published by media giant NBC Universal. Her latest book, To Create is a collection of interviews with black storytellers and media makers. She’s also the writer and producer of the short film THE END AGAIN, a prequel to OPENDENDED, a feature that she wrote about life, loss, and love. Currently, a media fellow at the Center for Social Impact Media at American University, Pride has riffed on narrative, media, and storytelling at universities, institutions, and events around the country. She holds an M.A. in writing and publishing from Emerson College.

Felicia Pride

Kelli M. Anderson

Kelli M. Anderson is an interactive media strategist, digital media artist, and arts educator in the Washington, DC metro area. She holds a MA in Internet Marketing from Full Sail University and provides consulting through her interactive media company Sojournals. Kelli provides social media strategy and educational outreach for the Smithsonian Latino Virtual Museum(LVM), co-curating the Smithsonian LVM interactive Tumblr blog, “a cross-platform immersive education initiative based on bilingual mixed media experiences.” She also teaches new media at Duke Ellington School of the Arts within its Literary Media & Communications department, with a focus on immersive storytelling and interactive media. First and second year students learn about digital media and the world wide web through challenges that require them to test new applications and share their discoveries on the member blog developed by Kelli called, World We Don’t Know. As a digital storyteller her works have explored identity, sexuality, and community through documentary shorts and interactive media, and have been featured at The Making of...Live at SFMOMA, The John F. Kennedy Center Millennium Stage, and Smithsonian LVM. Cucci, her current work in progress is a response to female genital mutilation incorporating digital storytelling through interactive textiles prints enhanced with augmented reality. Kelli’s latest projects, tech culture musings, and liberated notions of Afrofuturism can be read on her blog TechTasters.
Kelli M. Anderson

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