As an architectural designer, adjunct professor and graphic artist, visual communication is the underlying current in Ken’s daily life. He believes good design in any form can be an active agent of positive social influence and contribute to the intimacies of the human experience. The more colors and layers, the better.
Visit Kenfiller.com for his latest work.
Austin is a Architectural Designer and Adjunct Lecturer living and working in Washington DC. In both his professional and academic pursuits he is very interested in the concept of Narrative (Spoken, Scripted, Graphically Represented) and the role it plays within the field of design.
Visit austinraimond.com to learn more.
Evelyn is a writer, editor and video producer based on D.C. After studying and working in journalism, she now produces content for an international development organization, focused primarily on Latin America and the Caribbean.
Growing up in Detroit, Marques was motivated to pursue a career in architecture and construction. Marques works towards creating sustainable, equitable and beautiful neighborhoods that embrace both the character of the past, and needs of the future.
Learn more about his venture Fabric[K], which strives to make good design accessible to everyday, hardworking people.
Bryan is an architectural designer living and working in DC. His prior explorations include research at an urban planning think tank and penning policy guidelines at a solar energy lobbying organization. His wide ranging background extends further than his professional development, having lived in four different continents. At present, he is more than happy to call Washington DC home.
Sean is a scatterbrained creator from Baltimore. He set his professional sights on architecture at a young age, but still actively pursues unrelated creative endeavors, from a science fiction book, to a repertoire of accents and voices, to movies (Smoking Snowman Studios). He works for an architecture/engineering firm in the Baltimore area. His goal in life is to "make the world a weirder place." He's on his way.
Matthew is an architecture designer, philosophical thinker, and writer living in the District of Columbia. His pursuits include exploring the connection of an ever changing built environment and the human condition. As a guest lecturer, Matthew has taught the connection between walking, experience, and perspective, coming to understand that it is our stories which set the stage for what we create.
Scott Deisher is an architectural designer and adjunct professor with research and practice interests in computation, digital workflows, writing, and publishing. He co-founded Knot, a student-run publication at the University of Michigan Taubman College of Architecture + Urban Planning. Read more about his research and design work at www.deisherstudio.com.
Gabe is an architectural designer living and working in Baltimore, where he has been involved with the AIA Urban Design Committee, AmeriCorps, and The Neighborhood Design Center to improve the city’s schools and community spaces. He believes that design thinkers are at their best when they listen. Good listeners imagine worlds that are more interesting and more accessible, because they have the power to break barriers and reduce socioeconomic disparities. He cares about social justice, more equitable cities, and teaching drawing in the summer.
Dan is a lot of things. One of which is a talented musician who makes our music. Check out his latest release, As The Soil Turns Red.