Gregory Dreicer is an experience designer, interpretive and institutional strategist, creative team collaborator, partnership builder, writer and historian. He is a thought leader in the development of multidisciplinary projects that engage people in discovery, exploration, and conversation. Dreicer's focus includes interpretive, strategic, and master plans. He has conceived and developed exhibition, web, book, and video projects; managed implementation; and communicated the vision. His publications include catalogues for Me, Myself, and Infrastructure: Private Lives and Public Works in America (2002) and Between Fences (1996) and his articles have appeared in numerous scholarly journals, most recently in Technology and Culture. Dreicer received his Ph.D. from Cornell University's Department of Science and Technology Studies. He holds an M.S. in Historic Preservation and a B.A. from Columbia University. Dreicer's post-doctoral academic positions include a Senior Fellowship at the Smithsonian Institution's Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation, a Loeb Fellowship at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, and a fellowship at the Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers at the New York Public Library. He has taught at the Parsons The New School of Design and MIT School of Architecture and Planning.