With a B.A. in Interactive Multimedia from Columbia College Chicago and a M.F.A. in Electronic Visualization from University of Illinois at Chicago, Tina Shah’s experience includes a full range of projects, from managing, designing and developing dynamic websites to creating applications for emerging platforms such as virtual reality. Tina’s taught college-level classes on digital photography, video production, website development and database design; worked on online projects and in-gallery interactives at the J. Paul Getty Trust in LA and The Field Museum, Chicago. Tina has exhibited her artwork in virtual reality, performance, digital photography and interactive video installation in various shows across the U.S. and around the world.
Tina is currently a senior developer at the Art Institute of Chicago, working on digital publishing initiatives for scholarly catalogues and in-gallery and web applications supporting museum exhibits.
Listen to Tina’s presentation at MCN 2014 – Case Studies: Digital Interactives, Smart Scripting, and Media Control Systems (accompanying presentation here). Check out Tina’s 2010 career profile on The Getty’s blog.