Leah Wulfman is an architect, educator, media artist, and occasional writer based in Los Angeles. In addition to teaching at SCI-Arc, they are currently the Visiting Teaching Fellow at the School of Architecture at Cosanti (former Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture), leading both a design studio entitled TWITCH PLAYS HOMESTEADING - GMOs (Gaming Modified Organisms) and a seminar entitled Supply Chain Detailing. Wulfman is also adjunct faculty at ArtCenter's Media Design Practices (MDP) Program, and recently taught the Summer Design Studio and Technology Seminar at UCLA Architecture and Urban Design (AUD) IDEAS. Trained as an architect, Wulfman has been assembling hybrid virtual and physical spaces in order to prototype new relationships to technology and nature, as well as challenge normative ideologies so often reinforced by technology and architecture. In addition to mixed-reality installations that play with and emphasize the physical, material basis of everything digital, they are presently working on a writing series Living off the Land—exploring a variety of themes like ‘Deep Unlearning,’ Stone Soupercomputers, and our potential interactions with a Jacaranda Tree in full bloom witnessed through Google Earth.