Christine Clark is a designer and web developer teaching in the Department of New Media at the University of Lethbridge on Blackfoot Territory. Much of her work involves collaborating with researchers and organizations to develop web-based media that aim to engage the public with issues related to the environment and community. Her interests include speculative design, data visualization, and the intersection of design and science.
Christine received her MFA in New Media from the University of Lethbridge for which she completed a project-based thesis on the design of climate change information visualizations for her home province of Alberta. This work has since been adapted into a web app that is widely used by educators and researchers.
She is currently the principal investigator of an international research program exploring how to provide access to Blackfoot items held in museums in England using digital technologies, like photogrammetry, RTI, and web-based interfaces.