Mark E Breeze is Director of Architectural Projects at Repeat Differ, practising architecture and film. Mark graduated from Cambridge University with a Bachelor and Master of Arts with First Class Honours, and a Master of Philosophy with Distinction; he received his professional Master of Architecture from Harvard’s Design School as a Herchel Smith and John F. Kennedy Scholar. He has worked at a variety of scales in architectural offices in Beijing, Boston, London and New York; he has been involved in developing and making several architectural films, from working as the Architectural Consultant and Producer for Steven Spielberg’s documentary on the rebuilding of Ground Zero, to most recently directing a series of short films about architecture in the City of London. Mark has lectured and taught design studios in the US, and he regularly sits on review juries at a variety of design schools, from Harvard, Pratt, and Columbia, to the Bartlett and the Royal College of Art. Mark’s current research is focussed on exploring new models of social and environmental sustainability, and the relationships between architecture and the moving-image.