Andrea Polli (pictured above) is a digital media artist living in New Mexico. She currently works in collaboration with atmospheric scientists to develop systems for understanding storm and climate through sound. Her work with science, technology and media has been presented widely in over 100 presentations, exhibitions and performances internationally, has been recognized by a NYFA Artist's Fellowship, the Fullbright Specialist Award, the National Science Foundation and the UNESCO Digital Arts Award. Her work has been reviewed by the Los Angeles Times, Art in America, Art News, NY Arts and others. She has published several book chapters, audio CDs and DVDs on her work including MIT Press and Cambridge University Press journals. In 2007/2008 she spent seven weeks in Antarctica exploring the science and culture of global climate change and is the co-author of the book 'Far Field: Digital Culture, Climate Change and the Poles' available from Intellect Press in October 2011.