Ben Markham is an acoustician involved in a variety of projects concerned with performance spaces and other commercial, residential, and civic facilities. His responsibilities include architectural acoustics and mechanical systems noise control. He has an avid interest in acoustical models and auralizations (computer simulations of acoustic environments). Ben has consulted on projects related to room acoustics, sound isolation, auditorium and concert hall acoustics, music rehearsal spaces, acoustics of worship spaces, classroom and lecture hall acoustics, environmental noise control, condominium sound isolation, and other aspects of acoustical design. In addition to his consulting work, Ben is a visiting lecturer in the School of Architecture at MIT, and the Cornell University College of Architecture, Art, and Planning, and has lectured at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design, Northeastern University, Roger Williams University, the Rhode Island School of Design, and Syracuse University. He also sits on the board of the Princeton Triangle Club, an undergraduate theater troupe.