Oliver J. Curtis is a GIS and design professional who explores coherence among ecology, technology, and design. He consults with city officials, non-governmental organizations, and firms regarding sustainability and building resilience best practices. Curtis is Adjunct Faculty in Information Design at the Boston Architectural College where he teaches landscape representation. Curtis is also a Visiting Scholar at the University of Miami School of Architecture’s Littoral Urbanism Lab.
Curtis received his Masters in Design Studies from the Harvard Graduate School of Design, where he was awarded the prestigious Penny White research grant and the Center for Geographic Analysis H.T. Fisher Prize for mapping.