David Freeland is a principal at FreelandBuck in Los Angeles and design faculty at SCI-Arc since 2012. From 2008-2012 he taught at Woodbury University where he was instrumental in developing the FabLab and teaching fabrication and computation. Established in 2009 with Brennan Buck, FreelandBuck was recognized in 2013 as an Emerging Architecture Practice by the Los Angeles AIA. Prior to FreelandBuck, Freeland worked with architecture offices in Los Angeles and New York including Michael Maltzan Architecture and Peter Eisenman Architects. He holds a B.S.Arch from the University of Virginia and an M.Arch from the UCLA Department of Architecture and Urban Design. Freeland’s research and practice focuses on the spatial potential of patterned systems. FreelandBuck’s Objective Perspective drawings examining contemporary forms of subjectivity in perspective were recently exhibited in the Surface Tension exhibition at New York Institute of Technology.