Equally versed in technological innovation and creative expression, Stephanie Hunt has long explored the places where those worlds collide. Stephanie designs exhibitions, events, and technology-rich production environments that encourage a cycle of collaboration, idea sharing, and process documentation. Her personal research explores the potential for programmable electronics to expand the creative vocabulary, often resulting in workshops that come alive with fantastical monsters and ridiculous musical devices. She previously worked at the MIT Museum
, where she introduced emerging research to the public through exhibits and programs, and at Eyebeam Art and Technology Center
, where she facilitated residencies and fellowships geared toward creative technologists. Stephanie holds a BA in Studio Art and Education from Middlebury College and an EdM in Technology in Education from Harvard University Graduate School of Education.