Gregory Hurcomb, assistant professor of interior design at LSU, earned a Master of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania, a certificate of general studies in photography from the International Center of Photography, and a Bachelor of Arts with High Honors in English Literature & Letters, with a minor in Chemistry, from Rutgers University. His creative work is driven by a certain curiosity in the meeting point of the fine arts (including but not limited to installation, sculpture, photography, film, drawing, and painting), and architectural and interior design. He is inspired and motivated to explore the hybrid processes that are located within the physical and perceptual transformation of space by the mediums of air, light, sound, and structure, all amalgamated into new forms, and potential energies.
Gregory Hurcomb has exhibited nationally in New York City, NY; Portland, OR; Princeton, NJ; Philadelphia, PA; and San Francisco, CA; and internationally in Athens, Greece; Berlin, Germany; and Sao Paulo, Brazil. He has previously taught at the California College of the Arts, the University of California, Berkeley, the University of California, Davis, the University of Pennsylvania, and the International Center of Photography. In addition, he has been a guest critic on fine art, design, and architecture reviews at UC Berkeley, UC Davis, CCA, Academy of Art University, Woodbury University, and the University of Pennsylvania. He is currently a contributor for the Architect’s Newspaper and has written about art for Art Practical, and on architecture for Architizer. In addition, he is presently a guest artist at the Sally and Don Lucas Artist in Residency Program (LAP) at the Montalvo Arts Center in Saratoga, CA.