Judy is an artist and designer working with textiles, metal, industrial materials, and tinkers with electronics. Her approach of using recycled materials is innovative as form of rapid prototype. She believes in sketching all her ideas, playing with a range of materials and her final work is expressive and full of character. At the moment she is a student of architecture and plans to fuse all her experiences as artist, designer and maker in her new work.
She designed CoffeeBots! robots with personality. Her work was published by Make Magazine in volume 34, on Make Projects. She reproduced a patent model of the earliest washing machine for a new book "Building a Better Mouse Trap" by Alan Rothschild and she was the technical illustrator for the 3rd Edition of "Getting Started with Arduino" Her latest art and science project was at the Exploratorium Museum, on her research based on Textiles, Geometry and Sea Creatures.
She is the co-founder and creative director of Teach Me To Make, an educational outreach program providing hands-on art and technology workshops to a wide range of students from the Bay Area to the Fire Camp at the Imperial College in London, at the Museum of Science in Israel, Maker Faire Shenzhen, Tsinghua University in Beijing and Mini Maker Faire Chengdu.