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James Orlando

James Orlando is a creative polymath & digital pioneer on the forefront of culture and innovation. Exploring the intersection of technology and new media, he has worked as an art director, creative technologist, virtual world builder, photographer, character creator, stylist, product designer and producer with 13+ years of senior level creative leadership.

In 2010, his Art Direction skills and passion for culture led him to co- found Bullett Magazine, a new media publication featuring talent across film, music, fashion & architecture. Opportunities to create beyond the page arrived in 2012 when the iPad publication was released receiving the webby for best visual design.

In 2015, James joined NEW INC at the New Museum to research and develop a social gaming platform, predicting the future of digital publishing and interactive storytelling by disrupting traditional gaming experiences. In 2016, JO joined the London-based OKgrl team as an Art Director and the first demo of Hyper.Zone was shown at the Public Beta showcase in NYC. Hyper.Zone is a cultural gaming experience empowering creativity through technology. As a hybrid open world, you can explore digital spaces or collect objects to build and design your own.

BFA in Fine Arts from Cornell University, 2009

Clients: Adidas Originals, Alfa Romeo, Balenciaga, Friedman Benda, LiZ, MSCHF, Nike, OMM, Pandorabots, Steve Madden & More

Published Works: Architectural Digest, Bullett, Dazed, Fader, iD, Interview, Nero, New York Times, Nylon, OKgrl, Paper, Wonderland & Vice


Course Semester Title Student Work Instructor Syllabus Requirements & Sequence Location & Time Session & Points Call No.
Pla6833‑1 Spring 2023
PropTech Seminar
James Orlando
M 9 AM - 11 AM
1.5 Points