Photograph: Jennifer Hoffman

Photograph: Jennifer Hoffman

Jennifer Hoffman is a mixed media artist, designer, storyteller and founder of ecohaven project (2010), which has evolved into haad studioHaad Studio is a platform for curiosity - exploring concepts in art, architecture and design - at times, their intersections. Jennifer creates beautiful, meaningful and mindful concepts through her love of art and design. Her inter-disciplinary approach explores conceptual thinking solutions for interiors, space planning, installations, brand development/identity, creative direction, design consulting, collaborations, mixed media art/photography and design. Jennifer received her BFA in Mixed Media studio art from The Art Academy of Cincinnati and graduated with highest honors from the CIDA accredited program at Harrington College of Design with a BFA in Interior Design. Her experience volunteering with Migratory Bird Rescue and Recovery from building strikes in downtown Chicago inspired her to start birding which informs the work for Bird Who Loves Birds.

 Photograph: Jennifer Hoffman

Photograph: Jennifer Hoffman

Geoff Hoffman, AIA, LEED AP BD+C is a licensed architect and main collaborator. A graduate of the University of Cincinnati, he has worked in the architecture, design and construction industry since 1999. Geoff has been involved with multiple LEED certified projects and has experience with a variety of building types. Geoff’s passion for architecture is further expressed in his photography and website, which explores the architecture and urban landscapes of Chicago. Geoff’s photographs have been featured in various local and national online publications.  His work has also been featured in the book Thanks for the View, Mr. Mies: Lafayette Park, Detroit.   Geoff has collaborated on art installations with Jennifer Hoffman for Ecohaven Project in India (Econnect) for the KHOJ International Artists Association and Italy (Dual Habitat). Additional Ecohaven Project collaborations with Jennifer Hoffman include the Site Specific art book about Detroit, Warbler Birdhaus and Monarch House.