Immersive Storyteller and Artist
Charity “The Sheha” Everett is an immersive storyteller and visualizer. Immersive media caught her imagination, lit her fire, and changed the trajectory of her life. After working on various VR experiences, she set her sights on merging bleeding edge technology, art, and innovative storytelling with a focus on bringing the passion she has for pushing the bounds of technology to “unexpected” populations. She has published writing in Immerse News, the braintrust of the Sundance Institute, MIT Open Doc Labs, and Tribeca Film Institute. She is currently working on an episodic augmented reality epic story exploring the themes of what it means to be human titled “Go Back Fetch It” that was debuted to enthusiasm at an Afropunk event last year. She also presented her work at 2017 MIT Hacking Arts. She currently serves as the AR technical lead in a collaboration between acclaimed artist Paul Deo and the Office of the Arts at Harvard for an AR mural that will be installed in Allston in May 2018. Follow her on Twitter @charitythesheha, LinkedIn Charity Everett, or on her Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/charitythesheha.