Hana Iverson is a media artist whose projects span intermedia platforms and contexts, incorporating mobile narrative, augmented reality, and interactive installation. She is the director of the Neighborhood Narratives Project, which has been hosted at Temple University, NYU, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey-New Brunswick and Dexel University and networked between New York, Philadelphia, London, Rome and Tokyo. Iverson's work has been exhibited across North American and in Europe. She has been a keynote speaker, guest artist and/or lecturer at several international conferences and has authored and co-authored various articles on Locative Media. She is the Visiting Scholar, Institute for Women & Art, Rutgers University - New Brunswick and a Senior Fellow with the Center for Creative Research, New York University.
Sarah Drury is a media artist working with video, interactive installation, performative and mixed reality forms in diverse contexts such as gallery installation, opera, sensor-based performance, and locative practices. Her recent work has explored the subject, “I”, as a dynamic, fragmentary, emergent instance of sound, image, movement and touch using sensing and tracking technologies. Her work has been presented at international venues, including: BAM’s Next Wave Festival, the National Theater of Belgrade, the Boston CyberArts Festival, the Brooklyn Museum, the Kitchen, SIGGRAPH, ISEA, the Philadelphia Fringe Festival, and others. Drury is an associate professor in the Temple University Film & Media Arts Program.
Craig Kapp is an interactive developer who has spent over ten years working to find ways to bring cutting edge digital technologies into educational settings. Craig currently serves as a visiting clinical Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences at New York University, and recently founded ZooBurst LLC, a web-based startup that focuses on bringing augmented reality digital storytelling tools into classrooms around the world.
Craig's research interests include exploring new ways in which humans can interface with technology using computer vision, web-based instructional and educational technology solutions, augmented reality, data visualization, digital storytelling and developing assistive technologies for people with disabilities.
Rich Hauck is Creative Director of Hauck Interactive and has been designing and developing websites, kiosks, and games since 1999. His work has been featured in the Creativity 33 and 34 annuals, The Communicator Awards, and Prix Ars Electronica. He has completed projects for clients such as Showtime Networks, Bloomberg, L.P., and Broadway Video, Digital Media.
Rich is also an adjunct instructor in the graphic design program at Harrisburg Area Community College and organizes the annual BarCamp Harrisburg at Harrisburg University.
Rich has a Master's Degree from the Interactive Telecommunications Program at New York University and received a bachelors degree in Humanities/Communications from Pennsylvania State University.
Dannell MacIlwraith holds a BA in Digital Art from Tyler School of Art and a MED in Art Education at Kutztown University, specializing in visual culture/methods, curricular design and practice in New Media. In 2005 she was an adjunct instructor at Temple University in the School of Communication and Theatre in the departments of Journalism, Advertising and the New Media Interdisciplinary Concentration.
Dannell works part-time at Rodale Press in Emmaus, PA. She is currently teaching two courses at Northampton Community College: Computer Graphics and Introduction to Web. Her freelance design projects have included the United Nations exhibit, “Chasing the Dream,” multimedia kiosks for the historic Eldridge Street Synagogue in New York City and portfolio websites for various artists.