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Eric Romeo

Eric Romeo

Ridgewood, NY, US

 
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About 

Eric Romeo is an architect, lighting designer and film and video artist. Romeo’s work in design began at The University of Texas at Arlington, where he received a B.S. in Architecture in 2004 while studying film and video simultaneously. He continued his studies in 2014 at Parsons, the New School, where he studied environmental sound design, architecture, landscape design and urban design and received an M.Arch in Architecture in 2016.

Romeo has worked professionally as an architect and project manager for 8 years with diverse project experience from a number of private residences, religious, institutional, retail as well as site specific art installations and exhibition design. He worked as a lighting designer for 2 years as an attempt to bridge the gap between architecture and film.

Romeo has continuously made short films since graduating from UTA in 2004. Mainly experimental in nature, he uses film and video to document architectural ideas through sound and image and time.

Eric lives in the Ridgewood neighborhood of New York with his cat, Beaufort. He enjoys reading, gardening and cooking.

Employment 

Kono Designs, New York, NY, US, Senior Project Architect

Jul 2018 - current
 

Jaklitsch/ Gardner Architects, New York, NY, Senior Project Architect

Jul 2016 - Feb 2018
 

Aurelie Paradiso Design, New York, NY, Project Architect

Jun 2015 - Aug 2015
 

Brie Husted Architects, Washington, DC, Project Architect

Nov 2009 - Aug 2014
 

A Magazine For Design aNd Society, Baltimore, MD, Editor in Chief/ Contributor

Jun 2008 - Feb 2010
 

VOX Manufacturing, Baltimore, MD, Lighting Designer

Jan 2008 - Feb 2010
 

T. Howard & Associates, Dallas, TX, Junior Architect

Apr 2006 - Oct 2006
 

LBL Architects, Arlington, TX, Junior Architect

Apr 2005 - Apr 2006
 

Education 

The New School, New York, NY , MArch, SCE-Masters of Architecture

Aug 2014 - May 2016
 

The University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas, Bachelors, Architecture

Aug 1999 - Dec 2004
 

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