I'm a Copenhagen based software developer with a background in art and design history. I work as a lead software engineer at Grant Compass. The following is an incomplete list of projects, collaborations, courses, workshops and upcoming work.
I am a member of Et Ting, a platform for meetings, discussions and knowledge production around technology, art and design. Together with Tina Ryoon Andersen and Johanne Johanne Aarup Hansen, I organize collaborative events around our shared interests in discussing the creation of tech and the things that surrounds us. We have had an ongoing series of Tech & Science Book Clubs since 2018.
This spring, I'll be participating in Calculation Online Residency “SIMULTANEOUS ACTIONS“ Spring 2021, together with artist Natalia Tikhonova.
I am a supporting member of the tech collective Cybernauterne. We specialize in educating people who are not IT geeks or have special technical skills, using hands-on, creative methods and open workshop formats. Specialties include online privacy, the power of algorithms, social media behavior and security tips to protect against hackers and cybercriminals.
I have taught programming courses extensively over the course of the last five years, most recently a course at the computer science department of the IT university of Copenhagen called Architectures and Frameworks for the Web. I also taught a programming and weaving course at the Royal Danish College of Art, together with the Laboratory for Aesthetics and Ecology and Mace Ojala.
I have been an active member of a number of communities in Berlin and Copenhagen, in particular those that pencourages diversity and kindness to newcomers to the field. I was the founding organiser of Rails Girls Copenhagen, the director of the board at Hack Your Future and one of the organisers of Google's Women Techmakers program in Copenhagen.