Bryan Cera is an artist, designer, and maker from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, working in between the lines of art and technology. He has produced projects ranging from programmed interactive video environments, wearable electronics, networked robotics and sequenced light displays, to explorations in rapid prototyping, digital fabrication, computer animation and video production. He has received several awards and honors, including The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Chancellor’s Award in 2010, Teaching Assistantships at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 2010 and 2011, a Teaching Assistantship at the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts in 2011, the UW-M Department of Art and Design’s Layton Travel Award in 2011, and UW-M Department of Art and Design's Layton Fellowship in 2012. He has shown work ac-cross the US, including exhibitions in the United States in Wisconsin, Utah, Maine, California, Philidephia, as well as multiple international exhibitions in Australia. Bryan holds an Undergraduate degree in Interdisciplinary Arts and a Masters of Arts degree in Art and Technology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where he currently pursues an MFA in Art and Technology. Bryan also works part-time as a Product Realization consultant in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences.