About the Organizers
Inside/Outside is organized by Ultimaker in collaboration with the NYU Tandon MakerSpace.

Matthew Griffin, Griffin is the Director of Community for Ultimaker North America. He has recently completed a lecture series on 3D Printing Hardware for Coursera, and writes, teaches, and consults on a range of topics including 3D printing, 3D design and modeling, diy electronics, and more. He has taught digital fabrication at Maryland Institute College of Arts (MICA). He is a frequent contributor to MAKE Magazine, including the annual Make: Ultimate Guide to 3DP series. Previously, he was community manager at MakerBot, and director of community & support at Adafruit. m.griffin@ultimaker.com

Lizabeth Arum, Artist, tinkerer, and educator, Arum taught in the Computer Department at Saint Ann's School in Brooklyn Heights for 14 years. In addition to teaching full time, she worked for MakerBot and Tinkerine as their first Education Coordinators, and in January of 2015, she worked with Professor Laura Taalman on an 6-month research project for Ultimaker which explored the needs of educators wanting to use 3D printing in their classrooms. In the summer of 2016 she helped launch the Ultimaker Pioneer Program, an initiative to help North American educators integrate 3D printing into their K-12 classrooms, college courses, makerspaces, and libraries.  Since September 2016, she has worked full time for Ultimaker North America as the Education Community Strategist where she manages the Pioneer Program and maintains Ultimaker’s education landing pagel.arum@ultimaker.com

Victoria Bill

Victoria Bill, is the founding Manager of the NYU Tandon School of Engineering MakerSpace Lab. She is an adjunct faculty member in the first-year engineering program, teaching EG 1003 Introduction to Engineering and Design, and leads two Vertically Integrated Projects (VIP) courses. She received her master's in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin, specializing in embedded systems, electromagnetics, and acoustics. Her research interests include IoT, wearable technology, and engineering education. She presents annually at the American Society for Engineering Education and the International Symposium on Academic Makerspaces. victoria.bill@nyu.edu


Christina Lafontaine has a background in art, design, and creative technology with an MFA in Design and Technology from Parsons School of Design in New York. She has a passion for making, with a human-centered design approach and works at the intersection of physical and digital media. As an experience designer, she has designed and fabricated unique experiences for television, film, and stage, created a series of hands-on digital STEAM-based learning kits, and worked on various digital apps and platforms. Currently, she is the Design Specialist at the NYU Tandon MakerSpace. In her free time, Christina is an installation artist whose work merges nature, technology, and science fiction into otherworldly landscapes.christina.lafontaine@nyu.edu