Griffin Frazen is an interdisciplinary designer who works primarily in the visual arts and the performing arts.
He received his master’s degree in architectural design from Princeton University with a certificate in media and modernity. He won an Emmy in 2015 for outstanding main title design. Over the last years, Frazen has worked as an independent director and designer for a range of mediums, at a variety of scales, including music videos, concerts, web and interactive projects. In 2017 he was a Sundance Institute New Frontier Lab Fellow. In 2018 Frazen was an artist in residence at EMPAC developing M.Y.R.I.A.D. with composer Daniel Lopatin (Oneohtrix Point Never)—a multi media ‘concertscape’ which premiered at the Park Avenue Armory in May 2018.
Griffin has taught architectural design at Princeton University and Pratt Institute.