“A home in Nature” – My 4th Year Thesis Project
     In the first semester of my 4th and final year at Ryerson in the New Media program, I created an experience that talks about different ways people grew up in nature with the comparison of urban and rural landscapes. To experience this piece, you lay on a bed under a tent with the projections and sounds of the countryside on your right, and the city landscape and sounds on your left. There is also a collection of stories in a notebook, where each story was inspired by real people who spoke of how they were raised in nature and their respect towards it. Together these pieces envelop the participant in a relaxing experience as the two sides combine into one.
Augmented Reality Map for RTA 501: Project development 
     I used Augmented Reality (AR) in a recent project to showcase my home town and childhood, and bring to life an image of a map with videos
**To use, please download the app "zappar" from your app store. This map was previously printed on 7ft posters, the scan codes might be too close together to scan on the screen. I recommend putting your hand over ones you don’t want to scan, in order to isolate the one you are trying to scan**
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Augmented Reality Map for RTA 825: New Media Global Intensive
     One of two augmented reality (AR) maps I created for RTA 825 that compares the New Media landscapes we visited in New York and Toronto. To interact with the map, please download “Zapper” in the app store!
**To use, please download the app "zappar" from your app store. These maps were previously printed on 7ft posters, the scan codes might be too close together to scan on the screen. I recommend putting your hand over ones you don’t want to scan, in order to isolate the one you are trying to scan**
Augmented Reality Map for RTA 825: New Media Global Intensive
     Two of two augmented reality (AR) maps I created for RTA 825 that compares the New Media landscapes we visited in New York and Toronto. To interact with the map, please download “Zapper” in the app store!
**To use, please download the app "zappar" from your app store. These maps were previously printed on 7ft posters, the scan codes might be too close together to scan on the screen. I recommend putting your hand over ones you don’t want to scan, in order to isolate the one you are trying to scan**
“ins and outs” in collaboration with The Hard Drive TO, for CRI 815 at Ryerson University, FCAD faculty.
Project developed by Emilie Trimbee, Kayla Thomson, and Megan Schoeppich for CRI 815 at Ryerson University:
     Partnered with The Hard Drive we created a collection of pieces to educate ourselves and others, about the everyday lives of advocates of nonverbal artists. Together we hope to acknowledge, educate, and understand the importance of artistic agency. 
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