Hana Iverson is a media artist, educator, curator, and executive arts administrator. Her work focuses on emergent technologies that integrate photography, video, digital networks, mobile media, and strategies for engaging the public, often in underserved communities. In the higher education and non-profit visual arts sectors, she has designed public projects and led media art + research programs. Iverson creates photo-based art, videos, large-scale installations and openly distributed mobile media works that invite participants to self-author or co-create their own narratives and representation. In these multi-disciplinary, innovative initiatives, she establishes collaborations within local communities and with other artists, technologists and scholars to conceptually ground the processes of analyzing the geographic, political and ideological basis for these new aesthetic forms.