A recent transplant to Southern California, Ann Worth is trained as an architect and holds a Master of Architecture from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. While at MIT, Ann took several courses at the Media Lab where she first became interested in the FabLab. Her interests include architectural visualization and animation, the integration of architecture and interactive technology, and furniture design. Her Master’s thesis focused on architectural animation and prior to moving to the West Coast, Ann worked at Studio AMD, an Architectural Illustration and Animation firm in Providence, RI.
In addition, Ann has worked several acclaimed architecture firms, including Luce et Studio in San Diego, Snøhetta in New York, and William Rawn Associates in Boston, MA. Prior to studying architecture, Ann earned a B.A. in Political Science and French from Williams College in Williamstown, MA.