Joselyn McDonald is an artist and technologist. Her creative practice incorporates a variety of media, including software, video, film, and electronics, in order to explore subjects like gender, equality, and privacy. She has shown work internationally and across the US. Most recently, she's presented at The Computer Human Interaction Conference in Toronto, SXSW, and The International Tangible Embedded Interaction Conference. Joselyn is an MFA Design and Technology candidate at Parsons and a Media Lab Intern at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She is the co-founder of blink blink creative circuits kits, the founder of FemTech(Design + Technology), and a founding member of the artist collective, Snaxx and Macs. In the fall of 2015, she will be joining the Human Computer Interaction Institute Ph.D program at Carnegie Mellon.