Andrew Todd Marcus

Andrew Todd Marcus is an freelance photographer and architect working in Boston, Massachusetts focusing on humanistic green design, and teaches architectural design at the Wentworth Institute of Technology. He earned a BA in English Literature and Biology from Oberlin College (1997) where his work focused on the Transcendentalists and human ecology and an M.Arch from MIT (2004) where he edited the Thresholds Journal of Visual Culture and wrote his thesis entitled “Finding God in the Urban Landscape: A temple for gnosis in Upper Manhattan”. Mr. Marcus was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to Barcelona, Spain where he studied traditional Catalan masonry and has served as a researcher at Gaudi’s Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Familia. He has sustained himself, to his great surprise, as a carpenter, K-12 writing and computer teacher, IT consultant, general manager of a securities trading firm, freelance photographer, visual artist, and pilgrim.