My name is Brian Lindvall.
I am a 30-something living in Atlanta, GA with an affinity for branding, architecture, music, and communications. I am the Marketing Director at Perkins and Will’s Atlanta studio, and a recent transplant from New York City, where I spent the previous 11 years. During that time, I was a Partner and Director at DBOX and founding member of Voices of Gotham, a 501(c)(3) arts organization based in New York City. I graduated from Princeton University in 2006, where I studied Architecture.
PERKINS AND WILL.
I am currently the Marketing Director for the Atlanta studio of Perkins and Will, a global architecture and design firm with 25 offices worldwide. I manage new business pursuits, strategy, social media, photography, events, and public relations to facilitate growth across multiple business sectors including Healthcare; Higher Education; K-12 Education; Sports, Recreation + Entertainment; Corporate + Commercial; Science + Technology; and Corporate Interiors.
I was formerly a Partner and Director at DBOX, an Emmy Award-Winning Branding & Creative Agency in Manhattan. Over my 11-year tenure, I wore a lot of hats: Brand Strategist, Project Director, Architectural Illustrator, Social Media Guy, Photographer, Copywriter, etc. I have led numerous projects in high level commercial and luxury residential real estate, working with top developers and architects internationally. My involvement with these projects began with initial positioning/strategy stages and extended through final delivery of print collateral, digital tools, marketing centers, and advertising campaigns.
Projects included 432 Park Avenue, The Towers by Foster + Partners, 50 West, Bay Park Centre, Brooklyn Trust, 388 Bridge, the Penthouses at 277 Park Avenue, the Continental, 7 Bryant Park, 510 West 22nd Street, 837 Washington, and the rebranding of the architectural firm COOKFOX. I have also been featured in The New York Times, The Real Deal, and Departures as a Branding/Strategic specialist.
I attended Princeton University (Class of 2006; A.B. in Architecture, cum laude), where I studied Architecture and wrote a nationally award-winning thesis on Architectural Acoustics. While at Princeton, I was the Music Director of the Princeton Tigertones, a 60-year old men’s a cappella group with whom I recorded two albums, arranged 8 songs for performance and recording, and toured internationally [Tokyo, Rome, Paris, London, Geneva, Nice, Bermuda, Munich, Cologne, Amsterdam].
Post-graduation, I have continued to focus on my education, taking courses at NYU and General Assembly in Digital Brand Strategy and Marketing.