Keith’s reputation as a leading designer has been built through three decades of designing interior environments for industries from academic institutions to corporate headquarters. Notable clients include Comcast, NYU’s Steinhardt School, The New York Times, Morgan Stanley, and Princeton University. Keith is lauded for his abilities to lead and teach, and was instrumental in advancing Gensler’s Asia presence through a year of mentoring design staff in the Beijing and Shanghai offices. He has lectured at NeoCon and Il Salone del Mobile Milano, and taught at the New York School of Interior Design. Keith has co-chaired the AIA New York Chapter Interiors Committee and the International Interior Design Association New York Chapter Commercial Forum. He currently serves on the Board of the Center for Architecture in New York. His work has been published in Architect, Contract, Progressive Architecture, Interior Design, The New York Times, and Interiors magazine. Keith received a Bachelor's of Architecture from the Pratt Institute.