Ted Whitten has over fifteen years of experience designing and writing about buildings. He received a Master of Architecture Degree from Yale, where he was awarded the AIA Henry Adams Certificate and studied with Pritzker Prize-winning architect Frank Gehry and Pulitzer Prize-winning critic Paul Goldberger. After graduating, he apprenticed at a variety of firms, including Gray Organschi Architecture, Turner Brooks Architect, Mitchell Studio, and Kliment Halsband Architects. In 2006, he established his own practice.
As a writer, Ted has written for books and periodicals, including Casabella and Metropolis. He has consulted for a decade to Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, where he has contributed to multiple publications and winning competition proposals. In 2008, he received a grant from the Graham Foundation to pursue an independent research project. Prior to becoming an architect, he worked as an editor at St. Martin’s Press and a bookseller with Borders Books and Shakespeare & Co., New York. Ted is an Associate Fellow of Jonathan Edwards College, Yale.