Mirelle Phillips is a multi-disciplinary artist and designer whose work unites culture, music, science, technology, and nature. Her projects range from designing an immersive concert for Chance the Rapper, a projection mapped butterfly pavilion, and experimental healing environments created in partnership with Mt. Sinai's Abilities Research Center.
She is the founder of Studio Elsewhere, a design studio developing a first-of-its-kind practice in bioexperiential design. This practice activates a more holistic relationship between people and the natural world by blending biophilic design and technology in new and imaginative ways. Studio Elsewhere is invested in building a resilient future, and works with organizations of all types that share that mission. A graduate of Dartmouth College, Mirelle has spent a decade leading multi-disciplinary design teams in the video game and contemporary art worlds.