Michael Freedman is a founder and executive producer for Plumb Design,
a New York based firm that creates software applications that facilitate
the exchange of knowledge and the interplay of ideas. At Plumb Design,
he has produced projects for The Smithsonian Institution, National Geographic
and the New York Academy of Medicine.
Prior to founding Plumb Design, Mr. Freedman worked at Razorfish,
where he developed strategies for firms such as IBM, AOL, AT&T, Microsoft,
and Pepsi-Cola International.
Previously, Mr. Freedman worked as a teacher, developer of curriculum,
author and producer of CD-ROMs for The Princeton Review, the world's
largest test-preparation company. He is the author of three books
designed for independent study. He received a BA in Fine Arts and
Mathematics from New College (USF).
Michael is a co-author of Online
Exhibitions: A Philosophy of Design and Technological Implementation.
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