Tom Uglow is Creative Director for Google's Creative Lab in Sydney . He works with cultural and creative organisations around the world exploring the space between technology and the arts and what can happen where they intersect.
He has a history in the arts, a love of literature, and a fascination with code. He speaks graphics geek, a bit of web‑dev, some Python, a touch of digital strategy, remedial project management, and really bad French. He likes physical/digital, pen and ink, and carefully organised chaos.
At the moment his "interests" list contains: speech recognition, ambient technology, non-linear storytelling, and the physical web... plus a few things that are less tech-geek like theatre, small people and yoga.
How to say my name:
"Uglow" is syllabified "u ‑ glow", like "e ‑ mail" or "i ‑ phone"