Mark Morris teaches architectural design, history and theory at Cornell University. Winner of an AIA Medal for Excellence in the Study of Architecture, he has previously taught at the Bartlett, Architectural Association, and the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. His studios focus on modeling techniques, reflexive composition and craft. Morris’s essays have featured in Frieze, Contemporary, Cabinet, AD, and Domus. He is author of two books: Models: Architecture and the Miniature and Automatic Architecture: Designs from the Fourth Dimension. Host of the iTunes podcast series, “Architecture on Air,” Mark co-organized the recent international symposium “Architecture of Disbelief”. His research focuses on architectural and urban models, scale, and questions of representation. Mark has served as Coordinator of Post-Profession- al Programs and Director of Graduate Studies in the Field of Architecture. He studied architecture at Ohio State University and took his PhD at the London Consortium Doctoral Program supported by a RIBA grant and was appointed to the Cornell in Rome program in 2011.