PhD Candidate and Graduate Teaching Assistant
University of York, England, United Kingdom
Claudia Nader Jaime is a PhD candidate and Graduate Teaching Assistant at the Department of Theatre, Film, Television and Interactive Media of the University of York, specialised in immersive sound design for audio-visual media and sonic art installations. Her work in sound design for film has been featured in festivals including the International Film Festival of Morelia, Long Beach International Film Festival, Denver Film Festival, Sogni da Corti, Festicinekids Foundation, Madrid International Film Festival, York Festival of Ideas and the 360 Film Festival in Paris. Claudia's doctoral research explores potential immersive sound interventions for mental health in adolescents through the exposure to Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response-inducing media (ASMRim). Claudia's project is funded by the National Science and Technology Council in Mexico and the Audio Engineering Society Educational Foundation. She collaborated in the project 'Brain and Art' led by Dr Francisco Fernández de Miguel, at the Institute of Cellular Physiology and the Tlatelolco Site Museum of the National Autonomous University of Mexico. Claudia chaired the AES York Student Section in 2017-18, co-chaired the Student Volunteers at the 146th AES Convention in Dublin in 2018 and is an active member of Soundgirls.org and the York Sound Women Network, working towards inclusion and diversity in the audio, music and film industries.
Friday, June 5, 2020