About - Me

Jordan C. ParsonsJordan C. Parsons is a graduate of the BArch program at Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture in Pittsburgh, PA. While at Carnegie Mellon, Jordan has developed interests in digital fabrication, computation and robotics through coursework and projects across the various schools inside the University.

While at CMU he worked for Golan Levin in the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, and for Eric Fisher, a Pittsburgh architect. He presented his thesis with Michael Jeffers entitled Recusionism, on computational and algorithmic architecture.

After graduating from CMU he spent two years working in Montreal, CA for Rafael Lozano-Hemmer as a digital fabricator and architect. Helping to create new media artworks across the world.

He is currently living and working in Pittsburgh, PA for Iontank as a code and hardware developer.