Lady Tech Guild
Sophie Kahn is a Brooklyn-based digital artist. She earned a BA (Hons) in Fine Art/History of Art at Goldsmiths College, University of London, and an MFA in Art and Technology Studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She has exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Sydney, Tokyo, Osaka, Seoul and Beijing. Recent exhibitions include 'New Romantics' at Eyebeam, New York, and Paddles On!, an exhibition and auction of... Read More →
3D Designer and Artist
Snr Design Researcher, Modern Meadow
Head of Communications, Sketchfab
Natalia has been embedded in the 3D ecosystem through her own 3D printed jewelry, as the past Community Manager at Shapeways, and leading Communications for Sketchfab. As a subject matter expert on 3D printing, design and IP laws, she has spoken on panels at the 3D Printshow London, Cardozo Law School, NYU Law and appeared on the MAKE stage at MakerFaire. She’s now pioneering storytelling in the VR space with Sketchfab.
Design Evangelist, Shapeways
Lauren is the Design Evangelist for Education at Shapeways and a part-time professor at Parsons the New School for Design where she also received her MFA in Design+Technology. She has contributed her design and technology expertise to organizations such as Apple, MoMA, the Ms. Foundation, Eyebeam Art+Technology Center, the Museum of Arts and Design and Etsy.com. Her research is focused on 3D design and 3D printing and the future of creativity... Read More →
3D Printing Strategist, Designer, Educator, James Madison University
Dr. Laura Taalman is a Professor of Mathematics at James Madison University with published research is in algebraic geometry and knot theory, and nine published books. She is the founder of JMU 3-SPACE and blogs about 3D printing and design at MakerHome and Hacktastic. Currently, Laura is a 3D strategist and educator in New York City and has worked with MakerBot, Ultimaker, and the Digital Harbor Foundation.
artist, Ashley Zelinskie
Ashley Zelinskie is an artist based in Brooklyn, N.Y. Her work blurs the lines between art and technology, and spans a variety of media from sculpture to computer programs. After receiving a degree in glass from the Rhode Island School of Design, Ashley began to experiment with the pairing of artistic media and technology. The work she creates now is designed to be appreciated by both human and computer.