Fifer Garbesi is a virtual reality producer and director intent on testing the limits of the medium through mixing palettes (360 video, game engine, photogrammetry, etc.). Her work focuses on answering key questions in immersive storytelling such as How do we learn best in VR? How can we hack identity and perception? Her 360 documentary, ¡Viva la Evolución!, exploring underground dance in Cuba screened at Cannes NEXT, The World VR Forum, and Raindance. She has received support for her work from Google JUMP and Oculus Launchpad and produced content for the Nobel Peace Prize. Co-Founder of ARTandVR, she hosts immersive art shows to bridge the technology and art worlds.