I have worked with the Ability Project at NYU since 2022 where I began my research creating accessible experiences at museums and historical sites, focusing on tactile graphics for Blind/Low-vision visitors and tactile learners. 

An ongoing project we are working on is developing a method of creating tactile interpretations of historical textiles using digital embroidery on paper.  I am also focused on making this design and fabrication process accessible for Blind/Low-Vision artists and designers. 

I am an Adjunct Professor at NYU Tandon School of Engineering, Department of Technology, Society and Culture, where I teach a graduate-level course called “Accessibility As Creative Practice.” 


Prioritizing Aesthetic Touch: Interpreting Historical Textiles with Digital Embroidery Stefanie Malina Koseff, Daniel Ryan Johnston, Georgina Kleege, Chancey Fleet, Cheryl Fogle-Hatch, Lauren Race, and Amy Hurst. In The 25th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (New York, NY, 2023).