The real risk is a problem of perception. Its a problem with enormous consequences over the long term, but with little that is sharply visible on a personal level in the short term.
Marianna Williams attended Brown University and received her BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2012. Williams worked as a designer for Wier/Stewart, has conducted visual research in the Arctic Circle, and finished her MFA with a concentration in Time Based and Interactive Media at the University of Pennsylvania in 2016. She has participated in both solo and group exhibitions throughout the Southeast, New England, New York, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Dallas, and in Rome, Italy and is both a Lecturer and Digital Fabrication Specialist at the University of Pennsylvania.
I have years of experience in 3d Animation and Compositing, Digital Fabrication (CNC Milling, 3D Printing, Laser Cutting), and the Adobe Creative Suite.
I often complete commissioned work for both private and commercial clients - send me a line if you are interested in working with me on site-specific installations or motion graphics.