Hyemi Song
Hyemi Song is a Designer, Researcher, and Multidisciplinary Creator within the world of Design, Art, and Data. She is interested in data as a language for human communication and relevant practices associated with data visualization, data sonification, data-driven self-expression, quantified self, network system, and walking as an artistic language.

In the professional field, based on her specialties (Data Visualization and UX/UI Design) she has extensively worked as a designer and researcher with top international companies and institutions, including Microsoft, Naver, Samsung, Korea Telecom, Rhode Island School of Design, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and more, to create products that are enriching, educational and stimulating.

Her wide array of works have been featured in international awards, books, news, blogs, magazines, and exhibitions such as Information is Beautiful Awards, IEEE Art Program, Fast Company, Monthly Design, A’ Design Award & Competition, Information Aesthetics, iF Design Awards, The Guardian, IdN, GDUSA, Data Vis Today, Raw Data: Infographic Designers' Sketchbooks, Visualising Data, Visual Loop, Good Design Award, Seoul Design Olympiad, International Design Award, RISD Museum, De Young Museum, Sol Koffler Gallery, Waterman Gallery, Internet Festival at Pisa, Adobe Design Achievement Awards, The University Research Magazine Association, Shenzhen Design Week, Hebei Design Center, Exhibitions at Shaoxing and Changsha, MOOD Museum of Design among others.

She received an MFA degree from Rhode Island School of Design and worked as a Data Visualization Specialist at MIT Senseable City Lab. Currently, she is working on various design and data-driven projects at Bohyemian Lab (Founder/Data Designer) and Microsoft (Senior User Experience Designer specializing in Data Visualization for AI platforms) in Seattle.

Recently, she was selected as one of the Jury Members for the 2018-2019/2017-2018 A'Design Award & Competition, the 2018 Apexart exhibition, and the IEEE VIS 2018 Arts Program.