de la Peña_Nonny_2014Nonny de la Peña was named “One of the 13 People Who Made the World More Creative” by Fast Company for pioneering the use of virtual reality to make immersive experiences of the news, including Project Syria, commissioned by the World Economic Forum; Use of Force, a Tribeca Film Festival premiere; Hunger in Los Angeles, a Sundance New Frontiers winner and the MacArthur-funded Gone Gitmo, a virtual Guantanamo Bay Prison.  A Harvard University graduate, award-winning documentary filmmaker and correspondent for Newsweek Magazine, her work has been featured in Wired, the BBC, Mashable, MIT Technology Review, and showcased at the Victoria and Albert Museum, Moscow Museum of Modern Art and other renown venues.