Founder & CEO, Limina Immersive
Catherine led the creation of two of the BBC’s first VR experiences and now curates VR for the UK’s leading arts venues with her company, Limina Immersive. Her work is known for bringing VR to broader audiences who wouldn’t describe themselves as early adopters. She is part of the BAFTA VR advisory team and has judged VR for Sheffield Doc Fest, Encounters and Raindance film festivals. Catherine produced the BBC’s first commissioned VR documentary, the award-winning Easter Rising: Voice of a Rebel, which has toured festivals globally, showed for six weeks at the National Theatre in London and was described by Broadcast Magazine as ‘genre-defining’. In her spare time she writes for Wired magazine and sees a lot of theatre. Before VR, Catherine worked at the educational app publisher, Touch Press; winning a BAFTA on the Disney Animated app, with Disney Interactive.
The panel will explore what is required for us, as a society, to not only build more inclusive and diverse virtual spaces, but also ensure that those building these new virtual worlds represent the diverse nature of the real world . The discussion will tie in with the release of a Vision For Women in VR Statement that outlines […]