Lee Arnold is the director of the Digital Humanities Summer Institute and the co-director of the Mellon grant for Digital Humanities at Drew University. He teaches courses in digital imaging, digital animation, and data visualization, and co-directs the New York Semester on Contemporary Art.  He has an MFA from the University of Pennsylvania and has received fellowships from the MacDowell Colony, the Lower Manhattan Community Council, and the DAAD in Berlin, and has exhibited at Eyebeam, the Brooklyn Academy of Music, and Exit Art in New York City, and SIGGRAPH in Los Angeles, Tokyo, and Hong Kong. His online portfolio can be found at leearnold.net.