Tea Uglow is Creative Director for Google's Creative Lab in Sydney. She works with cultural and creative organisations around the world exploring the space between technology and the arts and what can happen where they intersect. Tea has a history in the arts, a love of literature, and a problem with staying focused. She speaks graphics geek, a bit of web‑dev, some Python, a touch of digital strategy, remedial project management, and really bad French. Her likes include physical/digital, pen and ink, and carefully organised chaos doubt. At the moment the "interests" list contains: augmented audio, digital books, proximity tech, non-linear storytelling, and the physical web... plus a few things that are less tech-geek like uncertainty, small people, and yoga.Locked Pro Plan feature
TL (Tea) Uglow is based in Sydney, Australia and has worked at Google for 10 years, as a founder of Google’s Creative Lab. She works on experimental design projects that seek to merge physical and digital properties in collaboration with existing cultural practitioners. Projects are collaborations with artists, charities and cultural organizations around the world that help artists and creators explore new forms of creative practice using digital tools. Previous projects include Editions at Play, Life in a Day, (with Ridley Scott) and the YouTube Symphony Orchestra (LSO) and partners like the Royal Shakespeare Company, LEGO, NASA and the Science Museum. Tea speaks globally on innovation and creativity. Her 2015 TEDx talk has over 1.5 million views. She has been a board member for Biennale of Sydney (Art), D&AD (Design) and AWARD (Advertising).