Anne Archambault is a senior UX program manager on the Microsoft Photosynth team. She has worked at Microsoft for the past thirteen years where she designs user experiences for software projects with a focus on social computing and photography.
Prior to joining Microsoft, Anne worked for the Technical University of British Columbia (now Simon Fraser University), the Banff Centre for the Arts and Banff National Park. She has a B.Sc. in Microbiology from McGill Universitry and a Master of Environment Studies from York University. Her publications range from academic papers at the Computer Human Interaction Conference to coverage of her photography on Popular Photography. Anne has seven pending and granted technology patents.
Anne is a native French speaker from Montréal, Canada. She currently resides in Seattle, WA. Outside of work she enjoys photography, travelling, mountaineering and has a deep love of French macarons.