Seth Frankel currently works at ECOS Communications in Boulder, CO. ECOS Communications provides innovative design, graphics and planning services. Our projects often involve a mix of experiential design and educational efforts, focused at the intersection of nature, people, and the built environment. Seth has 15 years of experience directing the design and fabrication of projects ranging from small to major exhibits with budgets over 20 million dollars. With ECOS, he most recently managed and helped design a multi-year project reviving the Denver Zoo’s main entrance and creating a new centerpiece exhibition, Predator Ridge. Seth’s work at ECOS includes all phases of project development, including master planning, design, client interface, contracting, and construction management. He is particularly experienced working in collaboration with architects and engineers and has been intimately involved with marrying the needs of exhibition and architecture. Prior to joining ECOS, Seth worked as an exhibit designer for the Smithsonian Institution’s Office of Exhibits Central and for Douglas| Gallagher where his work included the creation of major museum exhibitions, cultural centers and entertainment/industrial venues. Seth’s bachelor’s degree in industrial design and environmental studies is from The Evergreen State College (with additional study at the University of the Arts).

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