RÉSUMÉ

clairebkwong@gmail.com
clairekwong.com

EDUCATION

Brown University, Providence, RI, December 2013
B.A. Computer Science and Modern Culture & Media, 3.77 GPA

New York University, Interactive Telecommunications Program Camp, June 2015 and 2016

Rhode Island School of Design, Digital + Media coursework, January 2011 to May 2012

SKILLS

Web: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery, Node.js, PHP, CodeIgniter, SQL, NoSQL, WordPress
Languages: Java, C++, C, Python, Processing, Android, Objective-C, REST API, Ruby, Scala, x86 assembly
Software: Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects, Final Cut Pro, Maya, MaxMSP
Hardware: Arduino, Texas Instruments, Samsung, STM, Kinect, digital video, film
Operating systems: Mac OS X, Windows, Linux

EXPERIENCE

Web Developer, Temboo (May 2014 to present)
• Sole web developer on both front-end and back-end of a complex user-facing web application
• Lead projects by writing specs, estimates, and task lists and managing team members
• Also work with user experience, automated and manual quality assurance, code generation, hardware
• Collaborate closely with product, DevOps, server, and hardware teams
• Released 40 major projects in 3 years

Web Developer and Designer, Freelance (January 2009 to present)
• Design and develop websites for clients primarily in the arts, including Badlands Unlimited, Serpentine Galleries, Greene Naftali Gallery, Ian Cheng, and Rosalind Newman

Intern, Cory Arcangel Studio (Sep. to Dec. 2012, Jun. to Aug. 2013)
• Assisted digital artist in coding and formatting The Source, a series of zines of source code
• Executed code-based artworks

Intern, Harvestworks Digital Media Arts Center (Sep. to Dec. 2012, Jun. to Aug. 2013)
• Assisted resident artist bubblyfish on code for interactive performance
• Assisted resident artist Jakob Dwight on web-based game
• Developed, designed, and maintained websites for various clients

Foundry Design Intern, Microsoft New England (Jun. to Aug. 2012)
• Developed a tablet game application in a team of 4
• Designed user interface, graphics, and animation

Media Intern, Berkman Center for Internet and Society, Harvard University (Jun. to Aug. 2011)
• Helped establish the Youth and Media Lab
• Developed and taught media literacy and digital content creation lessons to youth in diverse communities
• Designed website and promotional materials

Research Assistant, Brown University Center for Digital Scholarship (Mar. to Aug. 2011)
• Awarded an individual Undergraduate Teaching and Research Award to develop an institutional database of electronic literature
• Established metadata structures and links and input works into the repository
• Presented at International Workshop on Databases and Bibliographic Standards for Electronic Literature in Bergen, Norway

ACTIVITIES

• Solo performance with projection, installation, interaction, sound, and body
• Live visuals for electronic music shows using MaxMSP, Modul8, and MadMapper
• Performed and showed work at Spotify and HOPE conference (New York, NY), 8static (Philadelphia, PA), Interrupt (Providence,
RI), Modern Language Association (Seattle, WA), and Print Screen Festival (Holon, Israel)