Patrick Fredrickson is a Project Designer at Altitude Design Office in Los Angeles.
As a director, designer, and mentor, Patrick Fredrickson specializes in the production of engaging visitor experiences through the development of storytelling environments and public spaces. He is currently Project Director for Altitude Design Office, developing signage, wayfinding, and innovative, branded environments.
Previously, Patrick has worked with Selbert Perkins Design Collaborative, developing wayfinding programs for Civic, Education, and Retail clients; the Autry National Center, leading the in-house team in developing experiences, graphics, media, furniture, and identities for public and gallery environments; and the J. Paul Getty Museum, working with an award winning design team to reinstall the Getty Villa and numerous exhibition and education projects for the museum.
From concept to completion, Patrick is focused on developing collaborative processes and strategies that balance the needs of the client with those of the public.
Patrick Fredrickson graduated Cum Laude from the University of New Mexico with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography/Printmaking.
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