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Matt Elliott

The Henry Ford
Creative Manager, Digital Experience
Ellice Engdahl: As Manager of Digital Collections & Content at The Henry Ford, Ellice Engdahl manages ongoing collections digitization work and facilitates the development of ways to showcase and connect digitized collections content in order to tell stories on the web as co-lead of the institution’s Content Studio. She has a B.A. in Humanities from New College of Florida and has been a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) for more than a decade.

Matt Elliott: As Creative Manager for Digital Experience at The Henry Ford, Matt is responsible for the digital experiences throughout the institution. He is always searching for the best way to tell the story, providing creative direction, design, strategy and tea. Matt holds a B.A from Western Michigan.

Brett Renfer: An experience designer and maker, Brett specializes in creating narrative-based interactive environments as a creative director in Bluecadet’s NYC offices.
Brett refined his expertise with building interactive architectural-scale installations while working with clients such as Google, Intel, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Accolades for his work include awards from IxDA, Core77, The American Institute of Certified Planners, Fast Company, and Cannes. Brett also teaches courses on the future of interactive space as an adjunct professor at the New School’s Design and Technology program and NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP), and leads workshops around the country on low-and high-tech prototyping. When he’s not designing, prototyping, or making, Brett is designing, prototyping, and baking in search of the perfect sourdough loaf.
Brett earned his B.F.A. in Graphic Design from the College for Creative Studies.

Ben Bojko: Ben interweaves code, craftsmanship, and creativity in his role as technology director at the Bluecadet NYC office.
As a technology director, Ben is concerned with the technical development and implementation of exhibit focused projects. As an avid hackathon competitor, he’s concerned with creating new tools to solve old problems. And as an amateur astrophysicists, he’s concerned with the physical nature of stars and other celestial bodies. Informed by a natural curiosity to search for answers big and small, Ben’s work has earned recognition from The New York Times, Wired, and Communication Arts among other publications. But more importantly, his entry in the HackTheDinos competition at the American Museum of Natural History earned him the chance to live out his dream of sleeping next to dinosaur fossils.
Born and raised in Cologne, Germany, Ben graduated from HTW Berlin with a B.S. with Honors in International Media and Computing at HTW Berlin.
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