Moey inc. is a dedicated group of award-winning designers, technologists, programmers, media experts, educators and storytellers.
Molly Lenore is president and co-founder of Moey Inc., a company devoted to the development of technology-driven environments and exhibitory found at the intersection of art, science, technology, design and education. Molly specializes in conceptual design and creation of media installations and interactive public spaces. Her work, which is both artistic and educational, strives to make content engaging, comprehensible and immersive. She has developed and designed work for public spaces, museums, art galleries and fellow artists. She also has experience working in the world of interactive television, film and games. Much of her recent work explores and experiments with the expected parameters of large-scale crowd interaction.
For eight years Molly held the position of senior new technology artist with The American Museum of Natural History in New York City. While at the museum, she utilized her talents as media artist to create interactive spaces, design large-scale sculptures and take the museum's multimedia experience beyond the kiosk format and into immersive interactive environments.
Molly has been a guest lecturer at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, Virginia Tech, Columbia University, New York University, New York Medical College, The New School, Weill Cornell Medical College, Pratt College, Parsons School of Design and the Academy of Art College in San Francisco. She has been invited to speak at conferences and gatherings such as SIGGRAPH, NGLCC Global 5th LGBT Summit of the Americas, The Museum Computer Network, and Ozone. She has been recognized and has won numerous international awards for her work.
Co-Founder, Vice President
Joey Stein, co-founder and vice president of Moey Inc., is devoted to finding creative technical solutions that stitch together art, science, technology, design and education.
Interested in reaching others via his own excitement for the world, his work often includes inventive environmental and sculptural interactives that both educate and carve a new landscape in the visitor experience. Joey's talents range from hardware design and programming, to astronomy and natural history. Concerned with creating new forms of social experience and expectation, his projects expand the vocabulary of what is interactive and educational. Most notably, he brings a technical and artistic vision to scientific expression.
Joey's innovative approach informed many of the exhibits at the American Museum of Natural History, where he held the position of Embedded Interaction Designer for six years. He taught the Masters course in Physical Computing at New York University and periodically lectures at Harvard Graduate School of Design, New York University and Parsons School of Design. In 2003 he co-founded Moey Inc. to develop installations and custom technical pieces for corporations, museums, scientific research and artists.
He has a BA from Georgetown University and a Masters degree from the Interactive Telecommunications Program at NYU.