An award-winning designer and creative director, Tom Kuo has some 20 years of experience in the art, music and marketing worlds. His dynamic career has been marked by recognition and accolades, including, most recently, a 2009 Applied Arts Interactive Art Award and an exhibition of his design in the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. In 2012, he was commissioned by the Toronto International Film Festival to design a series of custom digital interactive art installations for the world premiere of Designing 007: Fifty Years of Bond Style. A multi-faceted artist, Tom moves between scenes, trends and subcultures – from electronic music to audio-visual design, to new media installations, experience design, and more. Folks he’s worked with include: FITC, Pixel Gallery, Digifest, Entrinsic, Capital C, Draft FCB, WSIB, Interaxon, Sick Kids Hospital, Christie Digital, Canadian Film Centre’s Media Lab, Greg Hermanovic (Derivative/Side Effects), Julian Bowron (Vector Praxis/Feature Factory), Peter Mettler (Petropolis/Manufactured Landscapes), Dr. Stefan Müller (Digital Arts Week), Dr. Stephen Gibson (Northumbria University, UK/Interactive Futures), Alex Kurina (OKAK/Expensive Shit), Pearl Chen (Karma Lab), David Bouchard (Ryerson University), and Arthur Kroker (C Theory).