Relay Room’s Creative Mixer
When: Thursday, 7 June 2012
Where: Asian Civilisations Museum, 1 Empress Place, Singapore, Singapore 179555
Who: 100 Hackers, Entrepreneurs and Creatives from Design, Photography, Film, Architecture, Animation, Illustration
How: RSVP at Eventbrite
6:00 / 6:30PM Patterns of Trade Museum Tour
7:00 – 7:15PM Welcome & Registration
7:15 – 8:00PM Dinner & Networking
8:15 – 9:00PM Programme & Sharing Sessions
9:00 – 10:00PM Socialise!
Lim Si Ping penetrated the design industry at the age of 18, under the design persona PixelPastry. Her work has gained recognition in international press, including being accredited by Lürzer’s Archive as one of the 200 best illustrators worldwide. Si Ping is now with Tribal DDB as an Artistic Director, curating a new sector that specializes in experimental design.
Andreas Schlegel coordinates the Media Lab at Lasalle College of the Arts. Interested in creating artifacts, tools and interfaces where technology meets everyday situations in a playful way, his work is concerned with emerging and open source technologies for creating audio, visual or physical output using computational and generative processes.
Andy is one of Singapore’s most sought after designers and developers. Currently CTO atImpulseFlyer, he’s an expert in User Experience and has worked with startups such as Viki, Wego, buUuk and alongside Pivotal Labs in helping companies go from idea to polished, working product.
Li Lin is known to be the most prolific female short filmmaker with almost 10 short films under her belt. Li Lin’s short film “Autograph Book” was the first ever Singapore film selected for the prestigious Tribeca Film Festival in New York. Li Lin has made two feature films, the critically acclaimed “GONE SHOPPING” in 2007 and “FOREVER” in 2011.
Cherry Thian is a manager in the education department of the Asian Civilisations Museum. In her current role, she aims to seek novel approaches for understanding people’s experiences in museums and galleries, and continually explores creative ways of conceptualizing the museum experience using interactive technologies.
After bouncing from editorial titles to copywriting stints Mike has funnily settled into taking the lead role in marketing for a luxury fragrance brand in Singapore. He firmly believes that the best works are created when strategy and creativity come together and that men can be as openly obsessive about footwear without being mistaken for the opposite gender.
Sueh Li is a graphic and type designer from Penang, Malaysia. She holds a Masters in type design from the Type & Media Master program at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague (KABK) in 2009. During her stay in Europe, she has worked with Sara de Bondt, Copenhagen Hendriksen, Silo Design and Onlab before returning to Malaysia.
Jasper is interested in documenting people and space; often including social commentary in his work. Recently, he has started to experiment with mixed media in his work. The combination of static stills and active moving images, using both photography and videography, conveys his message through a unique aesthetic and approach.