Mark Watkins | Urban Interactive (a sole proprietorship)
Available for work in: Portland | Seattle | Boise | Remote
Looking for new opportunities, projects and creative collaborations. Please don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions you may have.
Web Designer including UX, UI, and development
CAD Drafter, 3D Modeler
Motion Graphics Designer
Mark has done a remarkable job for us at Curriculum Technology. We brought him in during a time we were rolling out a major new product/service initiative and while the product was good, the presentation to the market was not. His vision, creativity, skill, and work ethic were major factors in enabling us to firmly establish the new product in the marketplace, where we are still experiencing very strong year over year growth. Mark is the real deal, a consummate pro.
Jon Doyle, President, Curriculum Technology, February 2, 2017
1995 Masters of Architecture. Parsons School of Design, New York, NY
1988 Bachelor of Arts, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
I’ve worked on projects that have received awards over the years, all in collaboration with many talented folk. The list includes Applied Arts Award Annual, the ID Interactive Media Design Review, the Creativity 33 Award Annual, Ars Electronica for Net Vision / Net Excellence, the New York Flash Film Festival, and a Macromedia Site of the Day Award, back when Flash was owned by Macromedia.
Collaborative projects have been published in The New Yorker (a 3d rendering for Alice Aycock), the New York Times (various Skyscraper Museum projects), Architectural Record (Manhattan Timeformations), and Wired (Manhattan Timeformations).
Collaborative projects have been exhibited at a variety of museums and galleries. The coolest ones are the Eyebeam Atelier Building for Diller + Scofidio Architects, exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, the Manhattan Timeformations project, exhibited as part of the 2001 Ars Electronica at the O.K. Centrum fur Gegenwartskunst in Linz, Austria, and the City Speculations project produced for Baratloo + Balch Architects and exhibited at the Queens Museum of Art.