Jamie Schulte is an engineer with an interest in designing systems that engage human aesthetics, culture, and politics. He received Masters degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering and in Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (KDD) from Carnegie Mellon University. He is currently a robotics researcher at Stanford University. He has exhibited work throughout the U.S as well as internationally including Canada, Germany, Austria, England and Brazil. He has collaborated with Brooke Singer and Beatriz da Costa on the project "Swipe" which received a Finishing Funds 2003 award from the Experimental Television Center.