Vanessa Bertozzi is a Brooklyn-based documentarian and ethnographer specializing in the interplay between culture, media, technology and learning. She received a Masters Degree in Comparative Media Studies from MIT in 2006 and a B.A. in Visual & Environmental Studies from Harvard in 2001. Recent media projects on which she has worked include: Project New Media Literacy sponsored by the MacArthur Foundation, Christopher Lydon's public radio/web program Open Source, Alan Berliner’s Wide Awake, Frontline's Failure to Protect, Showtime's Same Sex America, The Sonic Memorial Project (winner of the Peabody Award, Gracie Award, and Online Journalism Award), and History Unwired at the Venice Biennale. In addition to developing MicroPepe, Bertozzi is currently completing another Fabrik Films production, Vintage Dancers. Bertozzi has lectured on new media and learning at MIT. She now works for Etsy, an online marketplace for buying and selling all things handmade.