Emilie is a producer, artist and educator, her work spanning creative technology, pervasive gaming and maker culture. She is Co-Director of Codasign, an education company which teaches people how to be creative with open source tools.
As well as teaching for Codasign, Emilie has also taught workshops/ ran projects for Furtherfield, the V&A, Technology Will Save Us, MzTEK, Meanwhile Space, University of Westminster, Ludwig Maximilians University Munich and the Royal College of Art . She has recently been teaching at University of East London with Cliff Hammett and Gareth Foote leading a module in Multimedia Hardware. Emilie also works as a freelance producer and is Associate Producer for Caper.
An alumnus of MA Interactive Media: Critical Theory and Practice, Emilie is a member of the Open Systems Association (OSA), a group interested in critical and theoretical practices with regards to media and computation.
Emilie has recently been collaborating on Assembling Ecologies, a project with with artist Mirko Nikolic, in which the two have been developing bio-sensoring systems using tools such as Arduino and soft circuits to engage with both plants and animals. Emilie is also currently collaborating with designer Alan Waldock on The Conductive Craft Company which explores how crafts can be augmented with technology.