bring your ideas to life.
we craft experiences
that engage the
senses and capture
MK Studio is an Experience Design and Placemaking studio that specializes in the built environment —creating interactive spaces, inspiring events, signature moments, engaging programming, and playful products that take you offline and into the physical world where we all live.
Going beyond the data and research, we deliver tangible solutions by capturing your company's essence and bringing it to life. We engage people's imaginations and curiosity by producing shareable moments and creating lasting memories.
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Michelle has combined her passions for form, surface, and space to build a strong, well-rounded design approach which allows her to deftly work across disciplines. Her core focus is on creating interactive environments that connect people and inspire a more hands-on experience of the physical world. Combining her love of materials and color, her wide knowledge of fabrication techniques, and her passion for making, Michelle strives to create spaces that engage all of the senses.
Prior to founding MK Studio, Michelle worked in New York and Chicago as a spatial designer, event and exhibition designer, and product and surface designer. She brings over 10 years of experience and expertise to every project she takes on. Michelle has a BFA in Furniture Design from Rhode Island School of Design and an MA in Textiles from the Royal College of Art.
With over 10 years of experience in business operations management, Michael brings a big-picture perspective to the team while not losing sight of the details. On external projects, his knack for creative problem solving and project management are leveraged by the design team. Internally, Michael manages business development and marketing efforts and leads overall strategy for the company.
Prior to joining MK Studio, Michael led projects and operations within the insurance, publishing, and direct marketing industries. Working at MK Studio has provided an outlet for him to explore his connection to design, community, and the built environment.