Hallie DeCatherine Jones is a post-medial artistic researcher, practitioner and collaborator. Transgressing traditional artistic and academic disciplinary boundaries, her inquiry-driven practice is a form of creative academic scholarship. Her research interrogates epistemological and ontological questions concerning the nature of creation as a mode of human action. She conducts inquiry into artistic practice through a first-person internal perspective, occupying the dual roles of researcher and researched. As a scholar, she is focused on making academic contributions to a currently underdeveloped body of empirical research literature within the academic discipline of Artistic Practice. She believes that research into artistic practices holds the potential to inform new understandings of humanity’s creative capacities, suggesting ethical and social implications for individual and collective engagement in the making/creation of the future. Hallie’s current research project explores the potential of making and media experimentation as an epistemological process for troubleshooting philosophical problems associated with conceptual visualization, representation and mental images.