To put it succinctly I produce for film, and AR/VR.
Here’s the long, braggy-sounding version if you have the time:
I’m a master in modern research analysis used in exploring generational change over time. Trained by the pioneer of the statistical method of cross-temporal meta analysis, my work has been published in journals such as the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology and Computers in Human Behavior and featured in The New York Times, USA Today, Psychology Today and more. While conducting research I became obsessed with the work of Emile Durkheim and the concept of societal normlessness leading to unrest and personal alienation. This inspired me to write a dystopic fiction novel on anomie and generational differences after a plague (W/O M E N).
I am the executive producer at vCoder, a nonprofit dedicated to expanding computer science education using spatial computing, augmented reality, and virtual reality. Our focus is on getting more girls and minorities into computer science.
I produce independent feature films; and have helped raise and produce over $2 million worth of projects distributed by Netflix, Amazon, and YouTube Originals.
Aside from writing I play viola, guitar, surf, wait for new Bioware games to be released, engage in feminist activism, and travel. I’m a true nerdy gamer, and lover of all things science fiction.
Thanks for taking the time to learn about my background!
You can reach me at ProducedbyElise@gmail.com