Emily Webster oversees the media architecture practice at ESI Design, an NBBJ studio. Emily guides teams at ESI to thoughtfully design how technology can be used to activate a space and tell a company story. Involved in projects from business development through completion, she brings a strategic approach to the creative implementation of interactive technologies, and helps clients create engaging, immersive and meaningful experiences that elevate their brand within the marketplace. She views buildings as platforms that can adapt over time as the needs of the space or the business change.
She’s lead numerous award winning and iconic projects at ESI including eBay Main Street, The Statue of Liberty Museum, and The Beacon at PNC Tower. A sought-after thought leader in her field, she has presented at high-profile conferences as Digital Signage Expo and FastCo Innovation Festival.
Emily applies her education in architecture and training as a dancer to think about how people move through space. Before joining ESI, she worked for WET Design, photographer David LaChapelle, the Independent Film Channel, and artist Jim Campbell.