Meredith is a multi-talented artist & maker. She’s worked with Otherlab, Disney Research, and was Artist-in-Residence at Autodesk for the 2014 term. I first encountered Meredith’s work in 2010 at Maker Faire with her North Star Skirt project. She’s equally analog – drawing, painting – and digital, with her 50 Digital Joints poster for CNC enthusiasts going viral.
Self-described in her own words:
Highly skilled, creative R&D badass and technical writer seeking remote or onsite position. Prototype engineer, problem solver, 3D printing explorer. Senior technician at Otherlab, Artist in Residence at Autodesk/PlanetLabs and EE concept engineer at Quirky.com. Writer, producer, and spokesperson for Pop-Mech and Radio Shack’s massive re-branding campaign ‘The Great Create’. Logistics manager for BurningMan’s 2013 centerpiece. Graphic design clientele include Facebook, PopularMechanics, and SFMoMA.
Check out more of Meredith’s projects here on her website: http://emesskay.com/
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