Mr. Brian Singer

About Me

Starving artist, not due to lack of food.

Member Since April 2000
Member Type Sustaining
AIGA Chapter San Francisco
Title Manager, Communication Design
Company Altitude
Email moc.fsedutitla@nairb
Website www.iamsomeguy.com
Portfolio Site www.altitudesf.com
Bio

Brian Singer is a San Francisco-based artist and designer. He currently manages the Communication Design team at Facebook, where he leads a group of designers, engineers and filmmakers.

Brian is the creator of The 1000 Journals Project, a global art experiment that has been covered in the New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Wall Street Journal, and many others. It is the subject of a book, a feature length documentary, and was exhibited at both the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles. 

In 2013, Brian joined the national board of AIGA, the professional association for design. Prior to that, he was president of the San Francisco Chapter of AIGA and served on the advisory board for the San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery. 

  • Brian authored "Welcome to the Jungle"
  • Brian Singer commented on the article "Who would you like to see at Gain 2012?"

    Kevin Kelly, cofounder of Wired, author of "What Technology Wants" among others. Could probably offer an interesting perspective on design, social value, and how technology is changing the game.  Dan Roam, author of "Blah blah blah" and others. He spoke at the conference in Arizona, but in one of the side tracks (though could have easily been on the main stage). He could share his experience of trying to help everyday people understand the new health care law, and how that landed him on FOX, and was then invited to the White House.

  • Brian Singer commented on the article "Who would you like to see at Gain 2012?"

    Kevin Kelly, cofounder of Wired, author of "What Technology Wants" among others. Could probably offer an interesting perspective on design, social value, and how technology is changing the game.  Dan Roam, author of "Blah blah blah" and others. He spoke at the conference in Arizona, but in one of the side tracks (though could have easily been on the main stage). He could share his experience of trying to help everyday people understand the new health care law, and how that landed him on FOX, and was then invited to the White House.