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Alison on the set of MyHome2.0

Alison Lewis, named Fast Companies Most Influential Women of 2010, is a author, techno-stylist, blogger, designer, and sometimes TV Host. Her passion is to make technology beautiful and accessible to the female audience through the web and video media channels. Alison specializes in idea generation, prototyping of smart textiles, online DIYs and tutorials,  intelligent interiors, and public speaking. Alison is the author of Switch Craft, a book with 20 DIY projects that integrate sewing, craft, and electronics. She also produces www.iheartswitch.com, an online DIY blog that showcases technology as modern, crafty, fashionable, and fun. She holds a graduate degree from Parsons School of Design where she has taught fashion technology and fashion communication. Alison has been able to reach a wide population of women through the Martha Stewart show, NYTimes, the AP, as a speaker on the  DIY movement, and on her blog, iHeartSwitch.com. On TV, Alison designs and builds original interactive interiors as the techno-fashionista guru for the television show, MyHome2.0 (www.2pointhome.com) and has been a guest on the Martha Stewart Show.

Alison has developed presentations on a variety of topics for many types of audiences, including:

* Executive-level seminars
* Hands-on workshops
* Keynotes and panel discussions

For more information, please contact talks [at]alisonlewis[dot] com about booking us to speak at your next event or meeting.

2 Comments (Leave a Reply)

  1. Maria Marques (April 24, 2012)

    Hi alison, I’m Maria Marques 43 from Barcelona. Running my own business for 22 years and dedicated to help women to get dressed and felling free and well as the same time. I heart about you and I would really like to have the oportunity to meet you.

  2. Zach Vorhies (November 15, 2012)

    Hi there Alison,

    I’m a software designer / artist that is getting into electronic fashion design and music visualization.

    I would like to connect with other people in the space. We are both local to San Francisco so I hope that our paths will cross in the future.

    If you were to put me on a mailing list or other notification scheme for some sort of group meetup I would be in your debt.

    Please check out my video – It’s a gear heart that responds to intimate proximities through a location sensor. It also detect sound in the voice volume so that the users face lights up when they talk.

    I hope you like it :)



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