Troy Schaum is a partner in SCHAUM/SHIEH and Assistant Professor at the Rice School of Architecture, where he was the 2008-2010 Wortham Fellow. His design and research interests focus on new possibilities for form, representation, and politics in the post-megalopolitan city. Troy has extensive experience building at a range of scales; prior to founding SCHAUM/SHIEH, he was a project architect at OMA New York responsible for the design of Cornell’s Paul Milstein Hall and has also worked at LTL and Studio Daniel Libeskind, both in New York, and Jim Jennings Architect in San Francisco. Troy holds a Master of Architecture from Princeton and a Bachelor of Architecture from Virginia Tech, where he was the Donald and Joanna Sunshine Alumni Travel Fellow. He is NCARB certified and licensed in New York, California, North Carolina, and Texas.