Emma Fuller and Michael Overby have formalized years of collaboration with the creation of Fuller/Overby. Studio work spans architectural and urban scale proposals, exhibition projects including fabrication and installation, graphic design, and writing/research with an emphasis on visual and literary arts, site and form. Their work has been recognized with CultureWorks grants, The Storefront for Community Design Education Award, and a Design Excellence Award from the Branch Museum in Richmond VA. Each partner holds a Bachelors of Architecture from The Cooper Union Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture and has over a decade of experience with award winning architectural firms. Emma began working with Diane Lewis Architect in 2006, later becoming an Associate, and has been retained to finish the firm's architectural project scheduled for completion in early 2018. She co-taught an urban history, theory and drawing course with Diane for four years at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. Emma is a 2016 Fellow of the Institute for Public Architecture and a 2017-2018 recipient of the Lord Baltimore Fellowship from the Maryland Historical Society. Michael is a registered architect in the state of New York. He has over a decade of experience with Reiser-Umemoto as Senior Associate of the firm. Michael has held teaching positions at Princeton, Columbia, Pratt, Syracuse and the EPFL in Lausanne Switzerland. He was a finalist for the 2014-15 American Academy in Rome Prize in Architecture, and Emma and Michael were again selected as joint finalists in 2016-2017.