The Rockwell Group
SATE '11 Orlando panel: Interpretive Storytelling: The Art of Weaving Facts into Fascination
Matthew Goodrich is a Design Strategist and Interior Designer at Rockwell Group with an extensive background in branded interiors and exhibition design. He leads multi-disciplinary teams to develop engaging, immersive environments for a wide variety of project types including hospitality, healthcare, exhibitions, retail, and entertainment. His recent Rockwell projects include the two new ships for Disney Cruise Line, Real Sports Bar&Grill in Toronto, pop-up stores for Harry&David, and a flagship store for Samsung. He is currently working on a new building for Cohen Children’s Medical Center on Long Island, and an Experience Center for Google.
Matthew joined Rockwell Group in 2006, and holds a Bachelor of Art History from Skidmore College and a Master of Science in Interior Design from Pratt Institute. Previous work includes brand strategy and positioning for Milliken and Company, NASDAQ, Starwood Group, and Harter Furniture. He has developed branded environments for clients such as American Express, Steelcase, ICF Group, and Harter, and designed fine art exhibitions for museums and galleries around the world.