Museums and the Web 2005
Speakers: Speaker Biography
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Speakers from around the world present their latest work at MW2005.

Matthew Fisher

Night Kitchen Media
411 South Second Street
Suite 200
Philadelphia PA
19147 USA

As President of Night Kitchen Media, Matthew oversees business development and acts as lead interactive designer. Matthew received his degree in film from Vassar College and spent four years in the recording and film industry. In 1994, he began consulting in interactive design and development for leading multimedia firms. In 1997, Matthew co-founded the interactive design firm Night Kitchen Media, where he has developed on-line educational and training applications for such clients as the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the National Constitution Center and the Academy of Natural Sciences, as well as published educational CD-ROMs such as Explore Kilauea Volcano - Living Land of Hawaii and The Amistad Incident. Matthew is on the Board of Directors for The Philadelphia Area New Media Association (PANMA), and advisory boards for both the Art Institute of Philadelphia and the University of the Arts. He teaches Digital Narrative in the Industrial Design department at the University of the Arts.

Matthew will teach Easy to Use, Inexpensive On-line Presentation Tools for Museum Educators (and others on a budget).