Mark Farlow is the Director of Design at Hamilton Anderson with over 24 years of professional experience in the design and management of architecture and urban design projects. Mark assists clients in the development of design vision and strategies for implementation of projects. He is an enthusiastic advocate for the architecture profession, speaking at local schools and community groups at every opportunity. Along with his community service, he has been teaching at LTU as an adjunct professor since 1995 and today leads the academic community with his innovative online-format architecture design studios.



Natalie Haddad is an Adjunct Faculty at Lawrence Technological University, College of Architecture and Design, teaching Intro to Digital Fabrication. Natalie completed both her Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Master of Architecture at Lawrence Technological University. During her academic studies, Natalie worked extensively in the makeLab, LTU’s digital fabrication lab, researching and making machines and projects.



I am a freelance visual effects artist in Los Angeles. Originally from Liberia, West Africa, I moved to Michigan to study at Lawrence Technological University. I have a Bachelor of Science in Architecture and Design as well as a BFA in Graphic Design and Digital Illustration.

After a few years of working in architecture, I decided to take a break and give visual effects a try. Like most, I started out as a 3D generalist in order to get a broad understanding of most areas of post production. I now focus primarily on simulation and particle based FX (fire, fluids and rigid body/destruction) for broadcast, features, commercials, video games and interactive.

Current Projects: Supergirl (CBS, 2015), The Flash (CW, 2015).

Past Projects: Hardcore (2015), Marco Polo (Netflix, 2014), Destiny (Video game), The Equalizer (2014), Oblivion (2013), Davinci Demons (Starz, 2013)

Studios: Encore VFX, Zero VFX, Pixomondo, BLUR, Prologue and Digital Domain



As a graduate of Lawrence Technology University, Tany Nagy, MArch ‘04, now builds blueprints for telling stories. Using her architecture skills in a creative, new way, Tany has grown Pulse Design Studio into a state-of-the-art and award-winning PowerPoint Presentation + Visual Communications studio that transforms the way business communication materials are portrayed- into dynamic, state-of-the-art marketing tools.

Pulse Design Studio is located at 2409 Voorheis St. in Pontiac, MI. The studio works with notable brands and Fortune 500 companies on a state, national and global level- such as Trinity Health, Edelman, and Mondelez International. Visit http://www.pulsedesignstudio.com/ or call 248-499-7377 to learn more about how Pulse excels at communicating business messages, one amazing presentation at a time.

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