I have a Masters in Software-Driven System Design from New Mexico Highlands University. Currently, I am the Lead Developer at the Cultural Technology Development Lab where I develop open source software and hardware solutions for museums and national parks.
I also received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Media Arts with a concentration in Interactivity & Multimedia from New Mexico Highlands University. Post undergrad, I enrolled in the AmeriCorps Cultural Technology program, which allowed me to intern at various cultural institutions, such as the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science and the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History. Throughout my internship experience, I provided graphic design, web and mobile app development, among other tasks and projects.
I enjoy stop-motion animation. I am interested in data mapping and augmented/virtual reality.
– Rianne Trujillo