Jared Braiterman, PhD
Jared Braiterman PhD is a design anthropologist and founder of Tokyo Green Space.
His current research examines how bringing nature into the city benefits the environment and people. From 2009 to 2011, Mr Braiterman is a Research Fellow at the Tokyo University of Agriculture, with research funding generously provided by Hitachi and the Council on Foreign Relations. He publishes in a variety of mass media; presents at landscape design, computer, and urban design conferences; and maintains a public blog at: www.tokyogreenspace.com.
Prior to moving to Tokyo, Mr Braiterman consulted on business innovation for clients including Adobe, Yahoo, Wells Fargo Bank, Procter & Gamble, Nokia, Vodafone, Philips Design, and the Vietnam Post and Communications. His work has appeared at the Centre Pompidou in Paris. Past fellowships include the Fulbright and National Science Foundation.
Mr Braiterman received a PhD in Cultural Anthropology from Stanford, and a BA from Harvard.