Enrique Ramirez is a critic and writer based in Princeton, New Jersey. He is currently a Ph.D candidate in History, Theory and Criticism of Architecture at Princeton University, where he is writing a dissertation concerning architectural strategies for the visualization of air in France between the Franco-Prussian War and World War I. His work has appeared in different publications such as Critical Planning, Thresholds, Perspecta, and Future Anterior. His entertainment industry background has also informed several works on film and architecture, including a short essay on expressionist architect Hans Pölzig’s sets for Der Golem that appeared in Hatch: The New Architectural Generation (Laurence King Publishing 2008). More recently, he contributed two essays to the Museyon Film+Travel Guides that survey well-known film locations in Scandinavia and Mexico City. Enrique is also a 2007 graduate of the Master of Environmental Design (M.E.D.) program at Yale School of Architecture. Since 2006, he has been the author of this is a456, a quasi-architectural blog.