Previous to MIT, she worked at the Guardian for over a decade where she pioneered new forms of journalism including interactive features, location-based augmented reality, and virtual reality leading the Guardian’s inhouse VR studio. In 2011, she pioneered a series of locative audio guides using the GPS on smartphones. She's interested in the way sound changes your perception of the real world.
Her works have won critical acclaim - receiving awards around the world, and touring the White House, Tribeca, Cannes, Sundance, and more.
She was a 2019 Nieman Fellow at Harvard University.