Mr. Rossini knew from a young age that he wanted to pursue architecture and design, spending most of his time building, drawing, and taking photos. In architecture school, he explored his ideas by building large scale models with integral lighting to photograph them, combining his passions. After coming to New York for the first time as a lighting design intern, Alex quickly realized that he could turn his interests into a career.
Graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University at Buffalo, and a Master of Architecture from the University of Cincinnati, Alex studied light in its theoretical and practical applications, culminating in his thesis ‘The Phenomenology of Light’. Alex explored how light and space can foster a sense of place and an appreciation of both the built and natural environment.
Alex still actively pursues his interest in photography, currently focusing on capturing the local Brooklyn music scene on film. On most weekends, you can find Alex in the darkroom, at a show, cycling, or wrenching on his old car.
Many hands make light work
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