Hi. I’m Sarah Brin. I’m a curator, writer and public speaker. I’m a native Californian and the first person ever to put a bandana on a Golden Retriever.
I specialize in developing strategies for bringing unprecedented creative and technological experiences to life.
I’ve done this for Autodesk, SFMOMA, MOCA, the Hammer Museum, 826LA, the European Union, and many other organizations around the world. I currently lead part of a hands-on design research process about playful museum experiences. And before that, I worked as the in-house curator at the Autodesk Pier 9 Workshop, where I curated the largest art exhibition in outer space, a set of musical traffic lights for humans, and a whole suite of other fantastic things.
Here’s my resume. If you’d like invite me to do a conference talk or come work with you, drop me a line. You can receive infrequent updates on my projects by signing up here. You can also find me on LinkedIn or Twitter.