Clarke Waskowitz is an industrial designer currently in her final year of study at the Rhode Island School of design.
She has lived in Ohio, Wyoming, Colorado, and Texas, and moved to the east coast because the Midwest is "boring" and "smells like cows."
Clarke's work includes interaction design and creative technology. Her current interests lie in human centered technologies, future casting, and bridging the gap between the physical, digital, and sonic world.
She has done work for NASA and Vida Shoes, and has received recognition from Johnson & Johnson.
She hates talking in the third person.