Jeremy Levine, Architect and Lecturer
Jeremy Levine is the principal of Jeremy Levine Design, which specializes in sustainable, modern architecture. Levine earned a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the Southern California Institute of Architecture where he won the Haskell Prize for Architectural Journalism. He went on to co-write the MGM film “The Lesser Evil“, with Cinematographer Stephan Schultze.
His work has been on the cover of Dwell Magazine and featured on the Discovery Channel. Most recently, his firm completed a solar energy producing garden pavilion for Occidental College. Jeremy is on the board of directors of Side Street Projects, which promotes art education through mobile workshops, and the Harpo Foundation for the Arts, which supports emerging and unrecognized artists.