GRIFFIN FRAZEN is an interdisciplinary designer who works primarily in the visual and performing arts. He was born and raised in Los Angeles and attended New York University before receiving his Master’s Degree in Architectural Design from Princeton University. Griffin has taught architectural design at Princeton University and Pratt Institute and frequently collaborates with SITU research, which is an interdisciplinary applied-research studio combining architecture, urbanism, policy and human rights.
For the past several years, Griffin has worked as a designer and creative director across a wide range of mediums, including music videos, live performances, as well as web and interactive projects including art directing VR projects. He has collaborated on various works with a range of musicians such as Solange, Grimes, Kelsey Lu, Yves Tumor and Jamie xx as well as brands like Adidas, Stella McCartney, UNIQLO, HBO, Redbull Music and Supreme. His work has landed him numerous awards including an Emmy in 2015 for ‘Outstanding Main Title Design’. Griffin developed M.Y.R.I.A.D. with composer and producer, Daniel Lopatin (Oneohtrix Point Never), a multimedia ‘concertscape’ that premiered over three sold-out performances at the Park Avenue Armory in 2018. In 2019, Griffin completed his first commercial architecture project for Darren Aronofsky’s production company, Protozoa Pictures, as well as designing and creative directing Anima Technologies with Thom Yorke, a public interactive installation in LA. Griffin currently resides in NYC, but works locally in LA as well.