Agnieszka Bill-Duda is pursuing a Master’s degree in Socio Cultural Anthropology at Concordia, with a BA in the same from University of Alberta. Her work broadly focuses on the question of how do people make health-related choices, and more narrowly on the use of technology and information in making those choices. She enjoys collaborating with peers, rallying people together and sharing stories with friends over coffee. At the Ethnography Lab, she is a part of the “Who cares? Visual ethnographies” working group. Currently, the group is looking at how people relate through the practice of brewing Kombucha.