Mindy Lehrman Cameron is an architect and artist. As Lead Designer of Lehrman Cameron Studio for the past thirty-plus years, she has created environments that interpret stories for educational-purpose projects. Her professional training was in San Francisco (Skidmore Owings + Merrill; Holey Associates; HGHB as Head of Interiors), and in New York (Polshek Partnership; Ralph Appelbaum Associates). Mindy has painted murals, in San Francisco and Kuala Lumpur, and produced public art in Seattle. In 2018, Mindy was elevated to Fellow with the American Institute of Architects.
Mindy’s firm is devoted to relevant subjects such as water and energy, animals and human development, culture and conservation, history and government, garbage and resources, women and equity, work and play. Because Mindy believes in the importance of mentorship, she has taught, run symposia, and lectured throughout the USA. This has included Columbia University (Architecture); American Alliance of Museums; the University of California, Berkeley (Environmental Design), and Davis (Art); University of Washington (Industrial Design; Museology); The Exploratorium; Pratt Institute, NYC (Architecture); and the University of Oregon.
Masters in Architecture
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Bachelor of Fine Arts