Emily Webster is an award-winning Designer and Senior Audiovisual Technologist at ESI Design. In her role at ESI, she oversees large media architecture and institutional projects for single and multi-purpose spaces. On all projects, she specializes in integrating audio and video technologies seamlessly into architecture, always seeking to answer the question, “What is the best technology for the given experience?”
Emily Webster is extremely hands-on. She explores applications for weaving technology into the built environment through experimentation in ESI’s lab-like setting but is equally as comfortable in strategy sessions as she is with commercial-grade hardware or with a table saw.
Her notable clients and projects at ESI include the Studio Xfinity experience store for Comcast, The PNC Beacon for PNC Bank, eBay Main Street, the Statue of Liberty Museum, and many properties for Beacon Capital Partners.
Outside of ESI, as a Technologist, Producer and Artist, Emily Webster creates immersive, media-rich environments for theater, film, dance and permanent installations, focusing on the artistic use of technology at an architectural scale. She holds a degree in Architecture from the University of Colorado and a Masters from NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program.
Before coming to ESI, Emily Webster worked for WET Design, David LaChapelle, the Independent Film Channel and artist Jim Campbell.