James is the inventor of the remote skylight, which delivers sunlight below ground using a system of optics. In 2004, Ramsey opened design practice RAAD, and they have since built over a hundred projects, both in NYC and across the country.
Dan leads community engagement, political outreach, fundraising, and strategic planning for the world???s first underground park. His former roles have included strategic roles at Google, PopTech, and within New York City government.
Robyn oversees many of the Lowline???s core activities, from community engagement to strategic projects. Her prior experience includes marketing and operations roles at Ralph Lauren, Saatchi & Saatchi, and SelectNY as well as urban farming at Eagle Street Rooftop Farm.
Courtney supports the Lowline???s community outreach efforts, event production, advocacy, and development. She has worked for a range of cultural institutions in programming, community engagement, and development, including the Whitney Museum, the Baryshnikov Arts Center, BAM, and Arts for Art.
Justin supervises and manages all Lowline Lab based operations. He currently works with NYC DOT’s Pedestrian Project Group with focus on crosswalk improvements throughout the five boroughs, and is a Lower East Side native.
Ed develops and executes innovative solar technologies for the Lowline. The former head of design at a motorcycle company, Confederate Motors, Jacobs is currently focusing on DNI, a utilitarian design-based company.
Sangyun is an award-winning architect/manager at RAAD.
Jaeyual is an architect at RAAD. He oversees design of the Lowline, ranging from sunlight path simulation to spatial and landscape design of the Lowline.
Kibum is a partner at RAAD and responsible for the striking Lowline renderings. He has worked on and led a number of projects in Korea and China, ranging from single residential up to a commercial building.