Trimble has a diverse range of experience working and consulting in the field of architecture for firms that include Neil M. Denari Architects, Behnisch Behnisch and Partner, Preston Scott Cohen, Inc, and dECOi Architects. Trimble has previously taught seminars, workshops, and studios for both graduate and undergraduate students at the Boston Architectural College, the Wentworth Institute of

Technology, the Universidad Francisco Marroquín in Guatemala City, the Rhode Island School of Design, and MIT. He has also taught professional workshops in computational design and digital

fabrication for organizations that include: Saucony, New Balance, Timberline, Schneider Electric, and IDEO, and has received numerous grants and awards for design research in robotics, computational

design, and experimental fabrication.

Trimble holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Architecture degree from The University of Memphis, where he received the Frances F. Austin Scholarship, and a Master of Architecture degree from the

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he was awarded the Avalon Travel Fellowship. He is currently Assistant Professor of Architecture at the American University of Sharjah, and is primarily

working between the United States and the United Arab Emirates.

Architecture and Design Network lectures are free and open to the public. No reservations are required. Supporters of ADN include the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design, the Central

Section of the Arkansas Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and friends in the community.

Integrating Experimental Fabrication