Jeffrey Ludlow

Jeffrey is Chief Creative Officer of Bruce Mau Design where he provides creative direction and leadership for the overall studio, as well as for individual teams and projects.

He is passionate about developing truly great strategic design that drives growth for clients and brands. Over the course of the decade, he has worked with global business, cultural, and design leaders from organizations such as Apple, Nike, OMA, V&A Museum, and Prada.

Prior to joining BMD, Jeffrey was a Creative Director/Principal at 2x4, where he led both graphic and architectural design teams in creative efforts in the New York, Beijing, and Madrid studios. Previously he was a Department Head at Aedas Architects in Hong Kong, and worked in the office of OMA/Rem Koolhaas in Rotterdam.

Jeffrey has been recognized internationally for his design work and is the recipient of multiple Laus Awards. His work has been featured in digital and print publications including Vanity Fair, Frame Magazine, and El País’ ICON.

He received his BA in Architecture from UNC Charlotte and has an MArch from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc). Jeffrey maintains a connection to academia as a guest lecturer, critic, and instructor at various leading design institutions.