Emily Conrad and Joe Karadin are the co-founders of Tessellate Studio.
Conrad brings sixteen years of expertise as a technologist, interaction designer, and space activator, designing conceptually-drive experiences into integrated, large-scale media environments. Conrad’s work includes designs of the Statue of Liberty Museum, BioBus, National Museum of Mathematics, and STEM curiculuum for the Lower East Side Girls Club, MakerSpace.
Karadin brings more than twenty years of experience in architecture and immersive environmental design, exploring new ways of creating, communicating, and producing physical digital design to shape experiences. Prior to Tessellate Studio, Karadin was Director of Physical Design at ESI Design, and has won awards and distinctions for his design work on the AT&T GNOC, the Edward M. Kennedy Institute, and the World Trade Center Memorial.