SOME QUIET FUTURE is home to the work of Nancy Smith, a designer, writer, and researcher in Bloomington, Indiana.

Born and raised in Idaho, I've wandered around the world and made my way in the lovely cities of San Francisco, New York, Cape Town, and Seattle. I've been lucky enough to work with an assortment of fine folks over the years including Paper Magazine, Chronicle Books, McSweeney's, The Rumpus, Resonance, egg, NaNoWriMo, and Causes. I have an MA in Media Studies from the New School and an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of San Francisco.

Currently, I am working on a PhD in Human-Computer Interaction in the School of Informatics and Computing at Indiana University. I am part of the Cultural Research in Technology Group (CRIT) and my research is focused primarily on sustainable urban design in the context of the Anthropocene. I also study food technology, animal-computer interaction, and digital storytelling.

In my spare time, I bake. A lot. And I blog about it. 

Have a project for me? Just want to say hello? Feel free to get in touch:
smith.nancy [AT] gmail.com