Jaime Austin is the Curator and Director of Programs for ZERO1: The Art and Technology Network and the lead curator of the 2012 ZERO1 Biennial. In 2010, she was Assistant Curator of the 2010 01SJ Biennial, co-curating the event’s central exhibition, “Out of the Garage Into the World.” She established ZERO1’s Art/Technology: In Conversation speaker series and is leading ZERO1’s year-round programming initiative. She has contributed to ASPECT magazine and her writing has appeared in Curating Now. She has presented at Elektra and the MediaModes Conferences and was invited to participate in Independent Curators international’s Curatorial Intensive. Growing up in Silicon Valley, Jaime has sought to link art and technology throughout her career. Before shifting to a full-time focus on the arts, she held product development and marketing positions in the tech industry at companies such as Macromedia and Adobe. She received her M.A. in Curatorial Practice from California College of the Arts, and holds joint bachelor degrees in Art History and Computer Information Systems from Santa Clara University.