Jocelyn Murray is particularly self-motivated by the study of human interaction with sound. Her work is expressed through generative audio art, video, and sound installations. Her latest work at the Interactive Architecture Lab focuses on data sonification. She is an experience designer who obtained her bachelors degree in Experience Industry Management. EIM wedges the gap between brands and their customers through installations and events.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE & OTHER INTERESTS
She has worked with brands such as L'Oreal during Fashion Week, 1800-Flowers.com, and Live Nite Events. Also has worked as a design consultant for a few other companies, looking critically at their customer journey map.
She has also worked in the entertainment industry producing music and performing, being able to play the Sundance Film Festival and 30+ shows.
Other interests include working on motorcycles and designing shipping container homes.
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