Fahrenheit 212, New York, New York
Associate Creative Director, Branded Environments & Retail Experiences, 2016–present
Design team leadership, management, and creative direction over multi-disciplinary projects focusing on spatial and architectural design, branded environments, and innovation strategy for retail, restaurant, and hospitality clients worldwide; Published thought leadership in retail and spatial innovation; Co-leadership of Fahrenheit Square Feet program; UX/UI design; business model and operational design. Fahrenheit 212 defines innovation strategies and designs new products, services, and experiences that create sustainable, profitable growth.
> Fahrenheit 212

The Lab at Rockwell Group, New York, New York
Creative Director, Exhibit Design, Interactive Media, & Environmental Branding, 2013–2016
Interactive architectural experience design for clients worldwide. Responsibilities included leading multi-disciplinary design teams from concept through construction of interactive environments; architectural, interactive and graphic design; client management, resource management, project management, and construction management.
> The Lab at Rockwell Group

Smart Design, New York, New York
Senior Designer, Brand, Communication & Environment, 2011–2013
Experience, environment, brand, communication and innovation design for clients worldwide. Responsibilities included research, analysis, concepting, ideation, prototyping and production for experience and environment-based initiatives. Projects range from product development to business design to brand identity for healthcare services, financial industries, technology innovation and consumer goods companies. Management responsibilities include overseeing junior staff and project management. 
> Smart Design

2x4, New York, New York
Senior Designer / Project Director, 2007–2011
Design responsibilities included all phases of architectural environmental graphics production, concept development through Construction Administration. Management responsibilities include overseeing environmental graphics design team, direct communication with clients and construction teams. Selected clients and projects include: Lincoln Center, New York, NY (Diller Scofidio + Renfro, FxFowle); AT&T Performing arts Center, Dallas, TX (OMA, REX, Foster + Partners); Shenzhen Stock Exchange, Shenzhen, China (OMA); Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, MA (Renzo Piano Building Workshop); The Clark Museum, Williamstown, MA (Tadao Ando Architects); The Miami Art Museum, Miami, FL (Herzog & de Meuron Architects); The Broad Art Foundation (Diller Scofidio + Renfro, FxFowle); Prada, NYC, Milan; Fondazione Prada; Kukje Art Campus (so-il Architects); Nike, Beijing, China and U.S.; Exhibition architecture for 2x4 exhibit (2x4, MoMA, New York); 2x4 office renovation architectural design and Construction Administration.
> 2x4

Bernard Tschumi Architects, New York, New York
Designer, 2005–2007
Design and layout of Tschumi’s monograph; Creation of diagrams and drawings for publication; Redesign and pre-production of the new edition of the 1994 book Event Cities 1; art correction and layout; Architectural, Urban, and Graphic Design consultation
> Bernard Tschumi Architects

GSAPP, Columbia University, New York, New York
Graphic Designer, 2005–2007
Graphic Design and Art Direction for all GSAPP events and exhibitions; design of advertising, posters, newsletters, announcements

Wildlife Conservation Society, Bronx, New York
Exhibition Graphic Arts Department, Graphic Designer/Project Manager, 2003–2006
Signage and exhibition design and production for all New York City zoos and aquarium; Management and Art Direction for WCS hosted conferences; Redesign of wayfinding systems and interpretive experiences throughout WCS parks
> Wildlife Conservation Society

The New Yorker Magazine, New York, New York
Production Associate, 2001–2003
Weekly design, layout and production of the magazine; Apple Scripting, page proofing XML web coding; art/color correction
> The New Yorker

Graphic Design, Web Design
Clients include: Columbia University GSAPP; Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting; 23,24; Connecticut College: Department of Studio Art; East Coast Marine Alliance; Gregg Kallor Music; Laura Shapiro Kramer; Cabrini Medical Center; Dakota Events; Department of New Media Art & Performance, Long Island University; Wildlife Conservation Society; Evans Heintges Architects; The Ski Bums; GSAPP, NetLab; HWKN Architects; Situ Studio

Tomasko Creative, Hartford, Connecticut
Graphic Designer, 1999–2001
Design of logos, posters, announcements, brochures, letterhead, advertisements



M.ARCH., Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP), Columbia University
New York, New York, 2007

B.A., Connecticut College, New London, Connecticut, 2001
Major: Studio Art (concentrations: Design Studies, Collage/Mixed Media)
Minor: Architectural Studies
Certificate: Center for Arts and Technology
Summa Cum Laude
> Connecticut College

Scuola Internazionale di Grafica, Venice, Italy, 2000
Graphic Design, Bookmaking, Printmaking
> Scuola Internazionale di Grafica



Thought Leadership: Retail Perspectives (series), The Boiling Point, Fahrenheit 212, 2018

Stadt Bauwelt 190 / 24.11 / Virtuelle Stadt, Berlin, Germany, 2011

The New City Reader / FOOD, Krista Ninivaggi, Will Prince, Nicola Twilley, editors, "The Last Newspaper" exhibition, New Museum of Contemporary Art, 2010

it is what it is, 2x4, 2009

Cross Country / Online, Evan Allen and Evan Erlebacher, 2008

Urban Computing and its Discontents, Adam Greenfield and Mark Shepard, The Architectural League of New York,2007

Abstract 04-05, Abstract 05-06, Abstract 06-07, Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, 2005, 2006, 2007


The Last Newspaper
The New City Reader, newspaper on architecture, public space and the city.
New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, New York, 2010

it is what it is
A companion exhibition to the release of 2x4’s monograph of the same title. 
Gyre Gallery, Tokyo, Japan, 2009

Just In: Recent Acquisitions from the Collection
An exhibition of 2x4 work inducted into the museum's permanent collection. 
MoMA, New York, New York, 2007

Utter Rubbish
"A collection of Useless Ideas," with 2x4. 
Singapore Design Festival 2007, Singapore


BMCC, Media, Arts and Technology Program Steering Committee

School of Visual Arts (SVA), Products of Design, Guest Critic

Parsons The New School for Design, Guest Lecturer

Pratt Institute School of Architecture, Guest Critic

AIGA, Active member


All Aboard Florida / Brightline
Arper S.P.A.
AT&T Performing Arts Center
Buffalo Wild Wings
The Clark Institute
Coca Cola Inc.
Diller Scofidio + Renfro
Dunkin’ Inc.
Film Society of Lincoln Center
Foster + Partners
Frontier Communications
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Gensler Architects
The Greenbay Packers
GSAPP / Columbia University
Hasbro / Nerf
Herzog & de Meuron
Honda Innovation Lab
Hospital for Special Surgery
Human Scale
Inspire Brands
The Juilliard School
Kaiser Permanente
Kendall Heaton Associates
Linbeck Construction
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
Marriott International
McCarthy Construction
Metropolis Magazine
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Mithun Architects
The New Museum
The New York Philharmonic
The New Yorker Magazine
Novartis Pharmaceutical
Panda Inc.
Perez Art Museum Miami
The Related Companies
Renzo Piano Building Workshop
Revlon / Elizabeth Arden
SC Johnson
Starwood Capital
Tadao Ando Architects
Turner Construction
Wildlife Conservation Society
Wired Magazine