Matt oversees the applied research and implementation of advanced computational design workflows in the architecture group. He is responsible for developing new computational tools and workflows to facilitate design exploration, automated analysis, and advanced data management. Matt has taught workshops at UCLA, lectured at the USC BIM conference in Los Angeles, and is a guest critic for design studios at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln. Matt holds a Masters of Architecture degree from the University of California Los Angeles and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln. He has also studied at Beijing Architecture Studio Enterprise in Beijing, a global studio for architecture, engineering, and theory. Matt’s work has been in published and featured in Architect, Interior Design, and Healthcare Design.
Matt approaches projects from an analytical perspective while applying his passion for design and innovation. While studying at UCLA, Matt worked part time in special effects for feature films giving him a distinct approach that is rooted in film, robotics, and of course, architecture.