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Fee is an artist, creative producer, consultant, speaker, blogger and self confessed technoevangelist. Her experience in Theatre Design and Technology (BA, 1995) somehow got distracted by the (then) quite new phenomenon known as the Internet. Seduced by this new digital culture, she went on to obtain a Masters in Interactive Multimedia Production. This kickstarted a (trans)media arts practice as a creative producer, combining technology, performance and literature. As co-founder of UK based company the-phone-book Limited (2000-2008), she was best known for encouraging people to be creative with their mobile phones at a time when most people didn’t realise the power they carried in their pockets. She has chaired a media arts network and advised boards of company development relating to digital strategies. She has been involved in international exhibitions (Huddersfield Media Centre, UK; Media Miniatures, Manhattan; Platform Animation Festival, Portland) and had work published as a creative writer, reviewer, in journals and for other people’s exhibitions. Until recently Fee was found promoting a culture of digital literacy and strategic innovation as the Digital Program Officer at the Australia Council for the Arts. Now undertaking a reallybigroadtrip, she eagerly awaits the arrival of the National Broadband Network and the chance to endorse its wealth of creative opportunity across Australia.
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