Fries-Briggs is a creator of Reimaging, a project and web platform that cultivates representational futures for fabrication in architecture. He also runs 2426 SET, an exhibition and performance space in Los Angeles in which he exhibited 10 Casts as the culmination of his UCLA Teaching Fellowship. He has worked for MOS Architects and Situ Studio in New York City and has written about architecture for the journals Pidgin, Nova Organa, Project, ARPA and Spacer and contributed to the book Robotic Fabrication in Architecture, Art and Design.
B.Arch., Columbia University
M.Arch., Princeton University
Suzanne Kolarik Underwood Prize