Immersive Storyteller and Artist
Charity Everett is a Creative Technologist and storyteller who is interested in exploring the connection between humanity and technology.
Her project Go Back Fetch It has revolutionized storytelling in augmented reality by pairing traditional storytelling techniques, bleeding edge technology, history, data visualization, dance, and interactivity to create a fully fleshed out and stylized narrative art episodic piece. This project has been featured at MIT, Harvard, The Institute of Contemporary Art, and was invited to apply to the Sundance Film Festival in the New Frontier category.
She has collaborated with the Harvard Semitic Museum through the Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning at Harvard to bring to life ancient Mesopotamian Reliefs using AR. She has given presentations at AR in Action at the MIT Media Lab, the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, Space Gallery XR show in Pasadena, the Game Developer’s Conference in San Francisco, Spatial Reality: Artists Explore the Future of XR in Pasadena, The Digital Futures Consortium at Harvard’s event Art Tech Psyche IV, and at the Afropunk sponsored event Reist(D)ance.
She was selected as a 2016 Oculus Launchpad Fellow, an IDEA New Rochelle Resident, and was recently selected as an AR VR Women Futurist in Residence. She has recently started retailing data and storytelling driven Augmented Reality art pieces that encourage exploration of the world around you through art, technology, storytelling and learning at www.gobackfetchit.com.