Reuben S. Jackson is a graduate of the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. Mr. Jackson has been instrumental in the development of Archimuse's three dimensional imaging capability. Mr. Jackson is a skilled and experienced project manager and construction administrator. Built museum projects include the Stevens Smith Historic Site in Lancaster, Pennsylvania; the Philips Museum at Franklin & Marshall College; the Oakes Museum of Natural History at Messiah College; multiple phases of the Hudson River Museum in Yonkers, New York, and the 500 seat Yonkers Amphitheater completed in 2012.
Reuben Jackson received a Masters in Architecture from Columbia Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation in the year 2000, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Studio Art from the University of Pennsylvania in 1995. Mr. Jackson has been instrumental in developing Archimuse's use of the computer to aid in 3 dimensional presentation and coordination of design.
Mr. Jackson worked as a carpenter, in a carbon fiber boat factory, and for Luckey and Co. making large scale laminated plywood children's climbing sculptures as well as other irregular structures before deciding to pursue Architecture. Mr. Jackson maintains a studio in Brooklyn where he investigates the nature of material by fabricating sculptural furniture.