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  • Making Center Staff

  • The Making Center employs 100+ full-time, part-time, and student technicians who support your use of the facilities and creative practice by providing the necessary guidance and training for equipment and making processes.

  • Internships

    Aaron De Lanty

    Technician, Digital Tools

    Aaron De Lanty - Technician, Digital Tools

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    Aaron De Lanty is an artist and designer with interests in both open source ideology and obscuring the truth; he functions best in fragmented thoughts. His work investigates identity and relationships through various forms of analog and digital communication. He is most intrigued by the murky ambiguity that lies between the tangible and the intangible and when do these concepts blur from fiction to reality? He received his MFA in Applied Craft + Design at the joint program between OCAC and PNCA in Portland, OR and his BFA in Jewelry & Metalsmithing at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. He is an internationally exhibiting artist with shows in London, Wisconsin, Oregon, and Georgia.

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    Abby Mechanic

    Manager, Making Center

    Abby Mechanic - Manager, Making Center

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    Abby Mechanic received her BFA from the Maine College of Art with a concentration in Woodworking and Furniture Design. Upon graduating she has spent time working in various design studios such as Luur Design, Nate Berkus, and Matter Practice. In 2015, Mechanic began working at Parsons as a Technician in their woodworking facility. Since then she has assisted in the 2015 New School Architecture Design/Build, and has most recently been appointed the position of Manager of the Making Center at Parsons. Abby is now working closely with upper management to implement administrative support for staff hiring, scheduling, and committee work. She works with Directors as well as Management to align Making Center objectives across all shops, labs, and facilities, by creating systems and support. Outside of Parsons, Mechanic currently leds spoon carving workshops across the country in spaces such as Fort Houston in Nashville, TN and The Wing in New York, NY.

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    Aliffer Sabek

    Assistant Manager, Wet Shop

    Aliffer Sabek - Assistant Manager, Wet Shop

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    Aliffer is a Venezuelan-Syrian artist based in Brooklyn, New York. She works in various mediums including contemporary dance, performance art, and sculpture. Aliffer describes her work as auto-ethnographic and a contribution from the heart. Her work exposes themes of immigrant life, trauma, and personal liberation, while dedicated to the marginalized. She's passionate about social justice and supporting her community, while providing opportunities to those who need it most. Inmate counselor, sushi chef, hotel management, and studio technician are just some of Aliffer's previous roles. In the future, she hopes to build programs that will help the homeless crisis, as well as immigration reform.

    El poder bailar me a salvado la vida.

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    Andrew Jarman

    Technician, Media Resources

    Andrew Jarman - Technician, Media Resources

    Andrew Jarman

    Andrew Jarman is a New York based artist primarily working in photography.  He is a graduate of Pratt Institute with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. Additionally, he is a fine art printer dedicated to supporting artists in analog and digital printing mediums. Andrew lives in Brooklyn, has many plants, likes to cook, hike, see movies, performances, and read in the park.  

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    Ariana Barat

    Facilities Manager, Printmaking

    Ariana Barat - Facilities Manager, Printmaking

    Ariana Barat

    Ariana Barat is an artist and activist who practices making as mediation.  Barat describes her work as a form of alchemy, the transformation from pain to power, a hybrid of freedom and oppression as spoken through the centuries-old tradition of printmaking.  She draws on imagery that connects the work to eastern iconography, specifically to the pantheon of deities from hinduism. Her artistic practice explores how the politics of tradition and craft are preserved, deconstructed, revised, and reimagined to create new stories and new possibilities for hope and healing.  Accessing the past, present and future, the work is the ritual of remembrance depicting the tension, grief and mantric ecstasy experienced when reclaiming the body as a sacred site; the revolutionary act of recognizing ourselves as whole and sovereign. Barat describes her collaging of imagery as a form of “visible mending” which gives a language to the trauma of marginalization and provides a point of stillness to create spiritual reconciliation. Mending is resistance, an act of devotion, which confronts injustice, the abuse of power and its disposability of people and things; the handmade honors the maker. It raises critical questions concerning the continuation of colonialism, the politics of erasure and exclusion, it shows that we have and always will belong to ourselves, to our people, to our communities and to the earth. 
     
    As a printmaker, Barat has worked for the Brodsky Center, the Lower East Side Printshop, the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop and the Glasgow Print Studio editioning work for bluechip artists such as Kara Walker and Chuck Close. She holds a BA in Fine Arts from Rutgers University and has her MS from the New School in International Affairs with a concentration in Development and Economics. Her research centers on labor compliance regulations in the garment industry and market demand analysis for handicraft in the artisan sector. She has collaborated with the World Bank, UNHCR and USAID researching income generating opportunities for artisan enterprises in emerging economies. In May 2018 Barat served as a panel expert with the UN Global Compact for the Youth Fashion Summit, which is part of the Copenhagen Fashion Summit, the largest international conference on fashion and sustainability.

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    Barbara Compagnoni

    Co-Director, Making Center, Media Resources

    Barbara Compagnoni - Co-Director, Making Center, Media Resources

    Barbara Compagnoni

    Barbara is a surfer, game designer, and creative technologist currently based in New York City. Her work has taken a unique space within the surfing community at the intersection of technology, biology, and psychology. She investigates why we love the ocean and its waves and believes that the ocean's helpful benefits can be applied therapeutically. Currently, she is exploring physiological data gathered through wearable technologies for predicting events to improve therapeutic feedback cycles. Prior to joining Parsons, she worked for more than a decade at HBO exploring how cutting edge technologies improved creative workflows.  Barbara received a BFA in Computer Art, specializing in 3D animation and interactive technologies from School of Visual Arts , an MFA in Design and Technology  and an MS in Data Visualization from Parsons School of Design.

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    Benjamin Dimock

    Technician, Wood/Metal

    Benjamin Dimock - Technician, Wood/Metal

    Benjamin Dimock

    As an artist and educator, Benjamin Dimock has worked in various fabrication and instructional contexts after receiving a BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He has taught Metal Working and Forging at The Chicago Industrial Arts and Design Center, led youth in the production of a large scale public sculpture with The Beam Center based in Brooklyn, and constructed supports and armatures for displaying scientific and anthropological artifacts at The Field Museum of Natural History Chicago. Approaching technique and process as both conceptual and physical challenges is central to his educational work and studio practice.

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    Constance Armellino

    Technician, Digital Tools

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    Constance Armellino’s interdisciplinary practice is at the intersection of the material and the immaterial. Her practice is a continuous investigation of the usage of space while reimagining how ideologies, cliches, perception, and public is defined and created. She introduces representations of Utopian fantasies into her objects that call upon notions of familiarity and public desire filled with physical and ideological tension. She studied figure drawing and sculpture at The Art Students League and was a Teaching Fellow at Yale Norfolk. She holds an MFA in Sculpture from The Yale School of Art, and a BFA from Cooper Union.

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    Damien Vera

    Assistant Manager, E4 Shops

    Damien Vera - Assistant Manager, E4 Shops

    Damien Vera

    Vera is a New York City born sculptor. He received his Bachelor of Science in 2007 from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and studied under sculptor Barney Hodes. He has been teaching at the Art Students’ League of New York since 2008 and working for The New School since 2012. He has shown in multiple venues throughout the east coast and had long-term installations at venue such as Riverside Park South, New York, NY, and Leonia Sculpture Garden, Leonia, NJ. His practice primarily focuses on the use representative modeling and metal forming techniques to explore the nature of barriers and intimacy.

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    David Thonis

    Technician, Wood/Metal

    David Thonis - Technician, Wood/Metal

    David Thonis

    David Thonis is a New York based artist and designer. He is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design and is currently at work navigating the line between art object and consumer product. Recent years have been spent shifting between disciplines, pursuing an MFA, developing a studio practice, and teaching in various fields. David’s work is often critical of contemporary design practices, speaking a visual language of “design,” while simultaneously calling upon its inconsistencies.

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    Eliot Park

    Technician

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    Eliot Park

    Eliot Park is an artist, maker, and overthinker. Raised in the suburbs of Philadelphia by Korean immigrants, who ran a wholesale store, and by American television, Eliot had an intimate relationship to object, image, and the American dream. After getting his BFA in Furniture Design from the Rhode Island School of Design, he worked as a fabricator and woodshop manager at various companies in the Philadelphia and New York area. He received his MFA in Applied Craft + Design at the Oregon College of Art and Craft and the Pacific Northwest College of Art. After being awarded a yearlong co-curating residency, he moved back to the east coast where he explores themes of family, individuality, and meaning through failing objects and material. 

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    Ella Desmond

    Technician, Print Media Resources

    Ella Desmond - Technician, Print Media Resources

    Ella Desmond

    Ella Desmond is a printmaker and performance artist originally from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She holds a BFA in printmaking from Louisiana State University and an MFA in fine arts from Pratt Institute. She excels in lithography, letterpress, and recently completed a color-reduction relief print at the Vermont Studio Center where she was a resident in 2019. Desmond has performed multiple times at Picasso Machinery in Williamsburg with the avant-strange ersatz music group Hide the Knives. She is currently working on a series of prints exploring the intersection between tragedy, comedy, and public service. Desmond lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

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    Emily Good

    Assistant Manager, Media Resources

    Emily Good - Assistant Manager, Media Resources

    Emily Good

    Emily Good is a multidisciplinary artist from Cleveland, Ohio. She earned her BFA from the Cleveland Institute of Art and has since lived and worked in Cleveland, Philadelphia, and New York as a fabricator, instructor, graphic designer, and photographer. Her personal practice explores utility through fine art with a commitment to environmental and social responsibility. Woodworking, natural dyeing, and sewing are prominent in her practice. She is driven by problem solving and continually seeks out opportunities to learn new skills.

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    Hashem Eaddy

    Facilities Manager, Media Resources

    Hashem Eaddy - Facilities Manager, Media Resources

    Hashem Eaddy

    Hashem Eaddy is an artist who lives and works in New York City. He received his BFA in Studio Art & BA in Art History from Queens College in 2012. He has has worked as a professional printer for over 10 years while making art, riding bikes, traveling, exhibiting, hiking, and helping people figure stuff out. You can research him on the world wide web if you would like to know more about him but it’s probably better to ask him if you see him.

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    Henry Portillo

    Technician, General Media Resources

    Henry Portillo - Technician, General Media Resources

    Henry portillo

    Henry Portillo is a printmaker and 2D animator born and educated in the Bronx, NY. He enjoys demystifying printmaking processes and assisting developing artists whenever he can. He is currently working on a mythological narrative with his pantheon of “Gawds,” a family of flawed yet vulnerable deities of color. Part self-portraiture, their journey as they endure an existential crisis that plagues so many of us, their embrace of vices to suppress these emotions and ultimately, their ability to adapt and persevere together is key in his work.
     
    Henry has earned a B.A and M.F.A. in Printmaking in Lehman College, and currently manages a print shop in The Gowanus Studio Space.

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    Jason Rabie

    Technician

    Jason Rabie - Technician

    Jason Rabie

    Jason Rabie is an Australian lost in New York. He received his BFA from the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, and his MFA in Digital Media from Rhode Island School of Design. His interests include the insides of old technology, anthropomorphic furniture, making pinball machines out of mirrors, music and soccer.

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    Jessica Kostelnick

    Technician, Wet Shop

    Jessica Kostelnick - Technician, Wet Shop

    Jessica Kostelnick

    Raised tough in the desert of the New Mexico, Jessica Kostelnick has a deep knowledge of making derived from DIY punk culture, a childhood filled with crafting and play dough, and a love of costumes, fashion, design, and color.

    Since receiving her undergraduate BFA from the University of New Mexico Jessica has kept her hands dirty facilitating creativity wherever she goes.

    While clay is her first love, she also is co-founder of the indie video game company Perfect Hat Games. Their latest self-published game Membrane is available on Nintendo Switch.

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    Joe Hirsch

    Technician, Design Lab

    Joe Hirsch - Technician, Design Lab

    Joe Hirsch

    Joe Hirsch received an Illustration BFA from Parsons and has been infused into the school ever since. He originated from the island of Japan and traveled to North America to study arts. He is clinically passionate for visual design and narrative.

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    Kate Phillips

    Assistant Manager, Textiles and Soft Construction

    Kate Phillips - Assistant Manager, Textiles and Soft Construction

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    There aren’t many materials Kate doesn’t like, but more time has lent itself to the exploration of textiles. With a BFA in Sculpture from the Rhode Island School of Design, there has been a real push to find ways of making things. Through that exploration and problem solving, Kate has landed, with full force, on knitting. It started as a kid, with a couple of wooden needles on a family road trip. It wasn’t a smooth start, but with years of patience it has offered her priceless opportunities to work with many interesting artists and designers.

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    Katherine Boehm

    Technician, Media Resources

    Katherine Boehm - Technician, Media Resources

    Katherine Boehm

    Katherine Boehm says her work is rooted in philosophy and play with a niche in sound and invisible interaction. She aims to stimulate thought and reframe elements of our present to better understand our relationship with each other, with the world, and with our future both near and far. In form, Katherine has combined her background in graphic design, film, and performance with nonlinear/linear narrative experiences created through sound, VR, AR, and interactive installations. As a current MFA Design and Technology candidate at Parsons, she recently showcased her project Panopticon (interactive binaural sound installation) in the StudentPoster section of IRCAM Pompidou’s 2014 Conference.

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    Leah Renee Monsour

    Technician, Media Resources

    Leah Renee Monsour - Technician, Media Resources

    Leah Renee Monsour

    Leah Renee Monsour is an artist, writer, and curator from the faraway lands of Central New York. Her recent work is created for a digital audience on her iPhone 10. She’s interested in the rapidly changing culture surrounding text and image on the internet. She stays connected to the way things were through her practice in zine and bookmaking. She holds a B.F.A. from the State University of New York at New Paltz where she made big intimate photographs and told love stories. She completed an internship in Photo and New Media at Anderson Ranch Art Center where she ate dinner with Cathie Opie. She has shown her work and curated others nationally and internationally. She felt home for the first time in a darkroom. She loves you.

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    Lori Maffucci

    Facilities Manager, E4 Shops

    Lori Maffucci

    Lori received her BA in Studio Art concentrating in metal and ceramic sculpture from Stony Brook University in 1998. Since then, she has been working as either a foundry artisan, supervisor, manager or owner of a number of fine art foundries in NY and in the Western US. During her twenty-plus years of studio and foundry management experience, she has participated in the creation of numerous public artworks that have been displayed in venues worldwide including works by notable artists such as Tom Otterness, Louise Bourgeois, Mihail Chemiakin, Joel Shapiro, Tom Sachs, Donald Baechler, as well as a number of public architecture projects and installations. Lori lives in Brooklyn with her dog, Sam. She continues to develop work in her favorite medium of cast and fabricated metals.

    Lori Maffucci - Facilities Manager, E4 Shops

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    Madison Koczo

    Technician, Sewing and Soft Construction

    Madison Koczo - Technician, Sewing and Soft Construction

    Madison Koczo

    Madison is a multidisciplinary artist and instructor. Graduating with a BFA in painting from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, her work uses figures and animals to explore the dismantling of memory. Aside from painting she has substantial knowledge in art history and experience in printmaking and sculpture (primarily clay, wood, and metal). She also received an accelerated fashion certificate from Made institute in Philadelphia, where she grew her experience in sewing, garment construction, and freelance fashion design/illustration. Madison continues to expand her mediums within the world of art and fashion. She is passionate about creating and maintaining safe spaces in education and work environments, never one to shy away from a difficult conversation in life or in her art. When she’s not making, Madison can mostly likely be found on her couch studying foreign language with her two cats Piper and Cheeto at her side.

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    Max Garett

    Associate Manager, N2 General Shop

    Max Garett - Associate Manager, N2 General Shop

    Max Garett

    Max Garett received his BFA from School of the Art Institute of Chicago with a concentration in sculpture. After graduating he worked for many years at the field museum of natural history in Chicago replicating artifacts and other objects for exhibitions. He relocated back to New York in 2015 where he worked as a fabricator and art handler for Barbara Gladstone gallery in Chelsea. He began work at Parsons in September 2015. He continues to maintain a personal practice as an artist with a studio space in Bushwick.

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    Maya Valladares

    Associate Director, Sewing, Textiles & Soft Construction

    Maya Valladares - Associate Director, Sewing, Textiles & Soft Construction

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    Maya Valladares is an artist and educator whose work explores the ways collaborative making can sustain human relationships. Maya worked in the museum education field for close to a decade, first at the Brooklyn Museum and later at the Met, working directly with artists to create making-based visitor experiences that bring historical collections into dialog with contemporary art. She currently works as an Associate Director of the Parsons Making Center, with a focus on the textiles and sewing facilities. She holds a BFA from RISD, and an MA in cultural anthropology from Hunter College. She is currently an artist in residence at EFA Shift. 

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    Megan Stroech

    Printmaking Technician

    Megan Stroech - Printmaking Technician

    Megan Stroech

    Megan Stroech is a visual artist whose work explores the dichotomies between realness and imitation, image and object and common vs. luxury through references from pop culture, still life, and domestic spaces. Stroech constructs unfamiliar arrangements of low-grade, readily available materials, subverting conventional understanding of their utility in order to spur new conversation between them. Often utilizing materials produced as cheap and attainable luxury items, such as Styrofoam food, and marble printed Contact paper, she seeks to invite the viewer to reference their own everyday experience, whether it is a connection to a specific material or a piece’s overall form.

    Stroech received her MFA in Printmaking with Exceptional Merit from Illinois State University in 2012, and her BFA in Studio Art from the University of Texas at Austin in 2008.

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    Meghan Sickler

    Textiles Technician

    Meghan Sickler - Textiles Technician

    Meghan Sickler

    Meghan Sickler is a textile designer, specializing in decorative interior wovens and natural dyeing processes. Although a lifelong fiber artist, her formal education was received through FIT’s BFA in Textile/Surface Design, with a term studying Jacquard production and an intensive independent study of natural dyes at NSCAD. Her additional studies of an AAS in Entrepreneurial Marketing/Accounting brings a business sense to the end use of textile creations, and consideration towards the valuation of tactile works life-cycles. She has continued to participate in apprenticeship style learning with masters in her field, and design courses though RISD, Munson-Williams-Proctor Art Institute, The Capital District Arts Center, and TAC. These varying studies are incorporated in a research based practice of fibers and their manipulations. She loves to discuss chemical reactions in textile techniques, but is hard pressed to chat knitting!

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    Mick Hondlik

    Associate Director, Systems Support

    Mick Hondlik - Associate Director, Systems Support

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    Mick has extensive professional and academic leadership in technology and design, business and marketing, and with nonprofit/volunteer organizations. He is always seeking project opportunities as a Problem Solver with groups that require human factors experience, strong technical and engineering ability, marketing and communication propensity, and passion for social and educational impact and change.

    Mick holds the following degrees: BS Mechanical Engineering and BS Physics from U. Wisconsin, MBA with Sustainability Focus from U. Cincinnati, and MPS Interactive Design/Technology from NYU.

    Specialties: Design and Technology, Business and Marketing Strategy, Social Impact, Sustainability, Leadership/Organization/Coordination, Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing, Technology Education

    Mick Hondlik - Associate Director, Systems Support

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    Mimi Kurpier

    Technician, Digital Tools

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    Mimi Kurpier received her BS in Design with a focus in Architecture from the University of Florida. During her undergraduate studies, she developed an interest in the role of emerging, fabrication technologies within the design realm. Impassioned by her newfound curiosity, she moved to Indiana to pursue a certificate in digital fabrication and modeling at Ball State University while completing her M.Arch. There she gained experience of various fabrication techniques such as CNC routing, 3D printing, and laser cutting.

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    (Peter) Min Soub Sim

    Technician

    (Peter) Min Soub Sim - Technician

    (Peter) Min Soub Sim

    Peter is one of the aliens lived in NYC and observing humans. In the official record, he is from Paris France, grew up in South Korea, and came to the US. He just has a diploma of  High school graduate, but soon he will receive BFA product design at Parsons. His goal is to make the earth a more romantic place through design and art.

    He has work experiences as an industrial designer working with many different clients at a few different companies. And, he is an entrepreneur and operates mobile gallery Next Mode.

    But, mostly just known as “CNC dude”

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    Mischa Abakumova

    Facilities Coordinator

    Mischa Abakumova - Facilities Coordinator

    Mischa Abakumova

    Mischa received her BFA in Design Technology from Parson School of Design and BS in Architecture from Yaroslavl State Technical University Coordinator by day, Mischa is a creative technologist focused on narrative-rich, immersive and responsive experiences that create meaningful connections between people and technology. Her work embraces a wide range of disciplines including creative direction, strategy, product and interaction design, architecture, physical computing and most recently VR/AR. In her spare time Mischa builds stage designs for next best band in town or sherds the mountains on her snowboard.

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    Nate Harger

    Technician, Photography

    Nate Harger - Technician, Photography

    Nate Harger

    Harger received his B.F.A. in photography from the Cleveland Institute of Art. He went on to receive his MFA in Photography and Related Technologies at Parsons, The New School for Design in 2008.

    His exhibition debut in New York City was the critically acclaimed, “Contradictions in Black and White”, an exhibition that placed his work alongside Irving Penn, Margaret Bourke-White, and Walker Evans in 2009. His first solo gallery exhibition was at Hasted Kraeutler, New York in 2010. Harger’s international solo debut was at Gallery Kong, Seoul, South Korea in 2013. His work has been featured in several publications including New York Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar Korea, Luel, and Zoom.

    Harger has been honored as one of Photo District News “30 Under 30,” a list of “emerging photographers worth watching,” and has been nominated for the 2009 Santa Fe Prize for Photography and the 2010 Prix Pictet. His images were also included in American Photograph’s portfolio of “Images of the Year” for 2008 and Wallpaper Magazine’s “Photo Graduate Directory of 2009. The Cleveland Museum of Art, The Margulies Collection and numerous important collections have acquired his photographs.

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    Nathan Carter

    Co-Director, Making Center

    Nathan Carter - Co-Director, Making Center

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    Nathan received a Bachelor’s of Environmental Design from Texas A&M University and a Master’s of Architecture from Columbia University’s GSAPP, where he then performed the role of Manager of Fabrication and Operations for 8 years.  Nathan taught “Craft in the Digital Age” while at GSAPP which explored furniture making through merging traditional woodworking techniques with current digital fabrication technologies. At Parsons, in addition to his Co-Director role, Nathan serves as the Construction Manager for the Design Workshop summer build project, where he works hands on with a team of architecture students to build a full scale project each year.

    Nathan’s personal practice encompasses objects, furniture, and architecture and continues to explore new materials and techniques.  

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    Nicole Scannell

    Technician

    Nicole Scannell - Technician

    Nicole Scannell

    Nicole Scannell was born and raised in Chicago. She received her BFA in Printmaking at Northern Illinois University. The artist has her MFA in Sculpture at Texas A&M University. Traveling exposed her to various ecosystems scattered across our planet. The places she visited were vastly different than her hometown. The textures, natural fractal-like patterns, symbiotic relationships of plant forms, and animals observed on these travels were of particular interest to her and have provided inspiration for the forms, textures, and colors of her sculptures. Her work mimics the texture and forms of corals of the Great Barrier Reef.

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    Ryan Haselman

    Assistant Manager, Digital Tools

    Ryan Haselman - Assistant Manager, Digital Tools

    Ryan Haselman

    I am an emerging designer in my Junior year of Product Design at Parsons School of Design. I work primarily with wood but have branched out to experiment with felt and cork. As a designer, I gravitate toward Scandinavian Modern and Postmodern design styles. Creative problem solving and collaboration is central to my design approach.

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    Shirla Auguste

    Technician

    Shirla Auguste - Technician

    Shirla Auguste - Technician

    Shirla Auguste is an experienced textiles designer and textiles technician with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. She has been trained in machine knitting, industrial knitting, handloom weaving, repeat pattern print design, and Adobe Creative Suite 

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    Taeyeon Kim

    Technician

    Taeyeon Kim - Technician

    Taeyeon Kim

    I am a maker who design a enjoyable experiences. I have been worked and studied art and design combined with technology. I am particularly interested in physical computing and I love the work that actually moves. I am currently studying at Design and Technology of Parsons(MFA) and graduated from Media Department of Soongsil University in Korea(BEng/MEng). Now, I am exploring a new type of physical interface based on human body and storytelling.

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    Yin Ting Lau

    Technician, Metal/Wood

    Yin Ting Lau - Technician, Metal/Wood

    Yin Ting Lau

    Born in Hong Kong before growing up in England, Ting Lau received her BFA Fine Arts from Parsons during which she embarked on the biggest love affair of her life – the E4 Metal Shop! As an interdisciplinary artist who often makes dysfunctional/impractical art objects, she hopes to help students create their perfectly “floopy” and weird art projects in a structurally safe and efficient way. You can find her in the N2 General Wood Shop, and the E4 Wood and Metal Shops.

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