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Liam Fay is a junior studying Product Design at the Stanford d.school. He is deeply passionate about combining moving parts with drama to create perceptual magic, from the stage to the store, the mall to the museum. He strives to integrate theatrical design with mechanical engineering to create immersive experiences anywhere and everywhere.
His experience as both a student of engineering and the arts inspires his design aesthetic. At Stanford, he splits his time between the Product Realization Lab and the theatrical scene shop. He’s happiest when he’s creating—whether at the laser cutter, sewing machine, piano, manual mill, table saw, or 3D printer.
His work experience lies at this intersection, as well. In 2021, Liam worked in Dr. Erin MacDonald’s Stanford IRIS Design Lab where he conducted research on human perceptions of safety. Previously, he led set building and technical direction teams for Ram’s Head Theatrical Society, designed “live” games for the “House of Hints” escape room, and interned as a graphic designer for Teach for America San Diego. And he’s been a theatre camp counselor, so you know he’s patient!
When not working on his latest design, you’ll find him composing for musical theatre and serving as an RA for university freshmen, where he leads thrice weekly meditation classes.
Liam is excited about and open to internship opportunities in experiential design. Please reach out any time to [email protected].