AES Dublin 2019 Presenter or Author
Primary Affiliation: The Open University - Milton Keynes
Emilie Giles is a researcher, artist and educator, her work spanning creative technology, crafting and pervasive gaming. She is a PhD student at The Open University exploring personal associations with touch and e-textiles. Her recent focus has been on working with blind and visually impaired people to make personal interactive art objects through hands-on making workshops.
Emilie has a background in teaching people how to build their own creative technology projects, having been Co-director and Head of Outreach and Participation at Codasign before starting her PhD. She has also taught physical computing with e-textiles to students at University of Westminster, London College of Communication and The Royal College of Art as well as to members of the public in museums such as the V&A and Tate Britain.
More Info: http://www.emiliegiles.co.uk
W09: Audio, Accessibility, and the Creative Industries (Panelist)