Principal Ryan Neiheiser received his Masters degree in 2008 from the Princeton University School of Architecture after earning a dual Bachelors degree in Engineering and Art from Swarthmore College in 2001. Neiheiser has worked at a number of award winning firms in Europe and the United States, including the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) in Rotterdam and Diller Scofidio and Renfro in New York City. Neiheiser has taught master’s level thesis at Princeton University and has been teaching a design studio at the Architectural Association since 2014. He is a co-founder of the architecture publication, Another Pamphlet, was a co-editor of the book, Agenda: Can We Sustain Our Ability to Crisis? (Actar, 2010), and has published articles in Project, Due, New Geographies, Bidoun, and Pidgin. Neiheiser is originally from Cleveland, Ohio and has lived in Rotterdam, Brussels, and New York prior to moving to London in 2014.