Andrew W. Smith
Assistant Clinical Professor of Digital Humanities and Digital Studies
Andrew W. Smith is a developer, designer, and writer. His work brings immersive and interactive technologies such as games, archival and interpretive websites, digital collage, AR, and VR into conversation with topics such as memory, environmental futures, Black life, and virtual worlds. Andrew has held residencies and fellowships with Snap Inc., the University of Maryland College Park, and Amherst College. In addition to his work as an independent designer and developer, he currently works with the Immersive Realities Labs for the Humanities, an independent digital workgroup, as well as the African-American Digital and Experimental Humanities initiative at UMD. He is a sometimes hobbyist, sometimes professional photographer and musician.