Jesse Seegers is a New York-based spatial practitioner working between architecture, design, writing, editing, publishing, and research practices.

His hybrid creative practice includes:

Previously, he was Associate Editor, Digital Projects at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP) from 2014-2017 where he was responsible for a complete strategic overhaul of the digital presence and visual culture of the school: ranging from a new website, digital publishing platform, multi-platform social media presence, commissioning a visual identity, and in-school display systems. Prior to that he was 2013-2014 Power Corporation of Canada Curatorial Intern at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal. He holds a Master of Architecture degree from Princeton University and a Bachelor of Arts from New York University’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study.

He has written about architecture, art, design, and technology for publications in print and online including: PIN-UP, REAL Review, The Architect’s Newspaper, TANK, Frog, DAMn°, and Volume, among others.
You can find more recent updates on these social media channels:
︎ Instagram
︎ Twitter

For inquiries about working together, or just to drop line, don’t hesitate to get in touch:
︎ Email

Selected Press:
The Last Magazine
The Architects Newspaper
Sight Unseen
The Architects Newspaper
The Fader (M.Y.R.I.A.D.)
The New York Times ( M.Y.R.I.A.D.)
Buffy Soft–Space

○ Princeton Architecture School workshop, September 2019
○ Mutualisms @ NEW INC, February 2019
○ 2nd Floor Salon, November 2018
○ Inflatocookbook 2.0, Brooklyn Public Library, May 2018
○ Turncoats NYC, June 2017
○ Pioneer Works, June 2015
○ Callicoon Art Walk, August 2015