Jeff Kirsch is an Interaction Designer from Brooklyn, NY. He’s a member of the inaugural graduating class of the MFA in Interaction Design program at the School of Visual Arts, where he was also the department’s Systems Administrator.
Having graduated in May, he’s now working to design more responsive cities at Urbanscale. Prior to grad school, he worked to improve the usability and efficiency of the school’s Undergraduate Photography department, and with Jen Bekman Projects and others as a freelance web developer and consultant.
Jeff lives with his wife Cara in Brooklyn, NY, and tries to make time there for the occasional good book and attempts at predictably baking a really good loaf of bread.
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