Sue is an artist who works under the title of sculptor even though her work stretches into many different mediums such as immersive environments, soft sculpture and sustainable architecture. Trained as a welder she pays close attention to the innate quality of materials whether it be pen or duct tape. She is currently the facilities manager at SAIC (School of the Art Institute of Chicago) and has been working on art projects in Haiti for the last four years including collaborations with FOSAJ, Jakmel Ekspresyon and Haitian and American Artist Exchange. She and was born and raised in the Midwest of the USA and is a graduate of MICA (Maryland Institute College of Art).
Steve has a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from the University of Wisconsin and a Master’s in Computer Science from DePaul University. He has worked for a software developer and consultant for the Avanade and Echelon consulting firms and also as a principal. In 2009, he was the technology analyst for Generation Rwanda, an educational scholarship in that country. In that role, he managed a computer lab, procured equipment for a video workshop, and enjoying teaching and mentoring students about information technology. Steve is also a musician and has performed with several groups in Chicago and as a solo artist.
Laura has been working at the intersection of technology and media for most of her career. She is both a software entrepreneur and filmaker who has working on media projects in the Mayan Highlands of Chiapas, Mexico and in various parts of Haiti. She is a graduate of the MIT Media Lab and Yale University.