Amy Auman is a multimedia designer and educator who is passionate about sound. Her industry experience ranges from book design, writing, and editing to information design, digital design, and video editing. She is a lecturer in the Sam Fox School. Previously, Auman taught interaction design at Northeastern University in Boston.
Her diverse design background has led her toward experiential and time-based territories. She finds inspiration in using various tools and technologies to transform the mundane to the uncanny. Through immersive installations, compositions, and audio and video, her work explores the multi-sensory, the ambiguous terrain between digital and physical spaces, and the potential for design to amplify environmental awareness.
Auman earned her MFA in Graphic Design from the Rhode Island School of Design and her BFA in Visual Communications from the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University in St. Louis.