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InProcess – February 27

February 8, 2018

Eye to Eye:  Perspectives on Architecture, Photography and Creative Process

Join us at the CFA on February 27!  InProcess lectures are free and open to the public.

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Jeremy Bittermann graduated with a degree in fine art photography from the Pacific Northwest College of Art in 1999. Over the next decade Jeremy worked in marketing and strategic planning in the architecture industry. In that time Jeremy had the opportunity to assist photographers including Richard Barnes and Hélène Binet on shoots of significant architectural projects across the US and worldwide.

Since establishing his practice in 2010, Jeremy’s has been widely featured in leading print and online publications, including the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, significant art and architectural publications, as well as numerous books and international design and architecture blogs. Clients includes a wide roster of architectural firms in Portland, Seattle, Los Angeles and New York City, as well as corporations including Novartis, Nike, Williams Sonoma and Airbnb.


Brent Linden joined Allied Works in 2003. As Associate Principal and a senior designer, Brent works directly with clients, project teams and creative partners from early concept development through project definition. With experience on a wide range of project types, Brent is able to help craft the vision and communicate findings through clear concepts, drawings, analytics and visualizations.

A graduate of Rice University, Brent has lived and worked across the US, and served as director of our New York office from 2011-2014. He is a skilled educator and lecturer who has taught at institutions including the University of Oregon, Cornell University and University of Texas at Austin. With Allied Works, Brent has been instrumental in the design of significant arts and cultural projects including the Clyfford Still Museum in Denver, Museum of Arts and Design in New York, and the forthcoming National Veterans Memorial Museum in Columbus, Ohio.


Keith Alnwick has worked on the design and development of major arts, cultural, educational and workspace projects since coming to Allied Works in 2000, and is involved in the execution of special projects, including Allied Works’ publications, websites, installations and exhibitions.

A graduate of the University of Virginia, Keith was named Director of Research in 2007 to support early project development and integrate the design, development and outreach efforts of the firm. In addition to working on diverse creative projects including Pixar Animation Studios, Emeryville, Booker T. Washington Arts Magnet in Dallas, Texas, and the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, he’s also served as program director for Allied Works’ Caldera Arts Partnership program, and held teaching positions at the University of Oregon and Oregon College of Art & Craft.