Beverley Hood studied Sculpture and Electronic Imaging at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Nova Scotia College of Art & Design. Since the mid 1990’s she has been creating digital art works, that interrogate the impact of the virtual on the body, relationships and human experience, which have been exhibited internationally. She set up the email list ‘ambit’ (networking media art in Scotland) with Chris Byrne in 2000, and has been an active member of other networks and groups such elevator (Scottish media art group in mid – late ‘90s), faces (women working with art and technology) more recently CIRCLE (Scottish/UK researchers and practitioners developing collaborative creative environments). She has worked collaboratively on numerous occasions, developing projects involving a range of practitioners. Most recently, in 2012 she developed ‘Glitching’ a digital installation and performance project, created in collaboration with dancers, a composer and technologists. She lives in Edinburgh and is a Lecturer in the School of Design, Edinburgh College of Art, at the University of Edinburgh.