Aaron Jones is an Architect, illustrator, and fabricator based in Detroit MI.
Aaron's work seeks to engage culture at large through proactive and often unorthodox media. This practice overlaps with the likes of leading musicians, visual artists, fabricators, and academic institutions. The resultant output shape-shifts into high resolution visions for the future, leveraging individual prowess into a benevolent collaborative practice. Aaron's skill-set therefore emerges as one fundamentally linked to craft and the optimistic embrace of his role in shaping the future.
Aaron is a 5th generation Oklahoman, having since practiced architecture in both Texas and Michigan. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Oklahoma State University and Master of Architecture from Cranbrook Academy of Art. Aaron was a summer Fellow within CEMAT - Centre d’Etudes Maghrébines à Tunis - based in North Africa and sponsored by the US Dept. of State. Professionally Aaron maintains his practice on Detroit’s Eastside and teaches various architectural coursework within Lawrence Technological University’s College of Architecture and Design. Recent accomplishments include solo exhibition within NEW PROJECT’S ( Chicago ), group exhibition within The Storefront for Art and Architecture ( NYC ), and summer tenure as Architect in Residence for the Bronx River Art Center. Currently, Aaron is developing work for a summer exhibition within the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History.