As one of the first women in the world with a Masters in Interactive Technology, Trisha Williams is a pioneer in digital storytelling. As a digital artist, Trisha has led Art Direction and been a Professor of Art and Design for the video games industry. There, she has been instrumental in developing worlds from the largest vistas to the smallest interactions.

Trisha currently is the founder and Chief Creative Officer at Pigeon Hole Productions where she leads world building and visualization efforts. Her current project uses a blend of Digital Comics and Video Games to rapidly iterate on visual interaction and world building in virtual environments. She is also leading creative development in partnership with UCSD and the Salk Institute to study decision-making through video games.