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Sarah Dunham is the managing director at MTWTF. Sarah shapes design processes, manages design teams, and facilitates community engagement.
Sarah Dunham has directed large-scale environmental projects including the 2017 exhibition 'Utopia—Dystopia' at A/D/O; environmental graphics and signage for the NFL Experience; and the forthcoming exhibition 'Seeing Equal Rights in New York State' at a new Equal Rights Heritage Center in Auburn, NY. She has worked on a range of publications in the realm of architecture and public space including publications with OMA, Bjarke Ingels Group, LOT-EK, and the Brookings Institution’s Bass Initiative on Innovation and Placemaking. With each of these projects, Sarah works with designers to develop strategies drawn from a rigorous engagement with content.
Sarah Dunham has a background in architecture and liberal arts, with a Masters in Architecture from California College of the Arts and a Bachelors of Arts from Wake Forest University. Prior to joining MTWTF, Sarah spent three years at OMA New York, working on a range of competition books, research projects, and business development initiatives — including the development of a charette with the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development.
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