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Greg O'Malley

Greg O'Malley

Brooklyn, NY, US

 

About 

I'm a designer and artist based in Brooklyn with a background studying both Fine Art and Architecture.  In my work experience I have designed, managed and overseen several architectural scale public artworks as a project and production manager.  I am currently seeking for new opportunities in architecture, please feel free to be in contact for your project and / or office needs. 

Elsewhere:

Employment 

OMAS:WORKS, Long Island City, NY, US, Design Assistant

Assist architects with drawings, surveys, renderings, model making, and design custom furniture / features.

Jun 2015 - current
 

Parallax LLC, New York, NY, US, Production Manager

Oversee all production for artist Sarah Morris's studio. Manage team of freelancers for Painting, Drawing and Print Production, develop and design special projects, and oversee large scale public installations from proposal to installation.

Jun 2010 - current
 

MAYA LIN STUDIO, What is Missing? Foundation / Research Assistant

Provided research support for Maya Lin's What is Missing? Foundation and public project. Cited sources, updated and helped consult for corresponding website, press materials, and marketing documents.

Jan 2010 - May 2010
 

SculptureCenter, Long Island City, Executive Assistant/Operations Intern

Supported SculptureCenter staff in an array of administrative tasks. Fielded submissions for SculptureCenter's InPractice exhibition program.

Jun 2008 - May 2010
 

Education 

Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), Bachelors, Painting

Thesis painting series investigated architecture principles in interdisciplinary media. Developed degree project based off post war utopian urban strategies.

Jan 2007 - May 2009
 

Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), Architecture

Studied under B.Arch program. Transferred to Painting department in 2007.

Sep 2005 - Dec 2006
 

Syracuse University, Architecture

Studied under B.Arch program, Deans List. Transferred in 2005 to Rhode Island School of Design.

Aug 2004 - May 2005
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills 



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