Pravin SatheAlumni, Class of 2008
Pravin Sathe holds a Master's degree ('08) from the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at New York University. He presented his thesis, "Suspended on a Road from Here to There" on May 8, 2008. A graduate of NYU's College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) he received his B.A. ('03), double majoring in Politics and Economics.
He is a former NYC Teaching Fellow having taught mathematics at Washington Irving High School from 2003 to 2005.
He has designed the websites of artists Tony Oursler (official site, "Studio", "Influence Machine"), Gary Simmons, Liliana Porter, Ana Tiscornia, Steven Montgomery and Rosa Barba.
His own work has been displayed at Brookhaven National Laboratory in Brookhaven, New York, ITP and the CUNY Grad Center. His work has also been featured on infosthetics, We Make Money Not Art, Core77 and BlackBook Magazine Online.
He was an Innovation Researcher at EdLab at Columbia University where he dreamed up, wireframed and prototyped applications that dealt with libraries or education.
For 3 years he worked at HUGE Inc., designing websites and mobile applications for JetBlue, Ericsson, Target, Under Armour and Adult Swim among others.
Currently he is a UI Designer at Google in New York City.
He is the recipient of the Tisch School of Arts (TSoA) Graduate Scholarship, the 2007-2008 May and Samuel Rudin Scholarship and the 2008 LMCC MCAF Grant.