Andrew Witt is co-founder of Certain Measures, a consultancy for quantifiable and scalable design. He is also currently Associate Professor in Practice in Architecture at Harvard GSD. Previously, he was Director of Research at Gehry Technologies (GT), where he invented, prototyped, and initally product-managed GTeam (now Trimble Connect), a web-based 3d collaboration solution ultimately acquired by Trimble. Witt was also director at GT's Paris, France office, where he consulted on parametric design, geometric approaches, new technologies, and integrated practice for clients including Gehry Partners, Ateliers Jean Nouvel, UN Studio, and Coop Himmelb(l)au. Trained as both an architect and mathematician, Witt has a particular interest in a technically synthetic and logically rigorous approach to form. His work and research have been published in AD, Log, Surface, Space, Linear Algebra and its Applications, and Linear and Multilinear Algebra, and shown at Storefront for Art and Architecture. He has taught courses on digital design at Ecole Speciale d'Architecture and Sci-Arc, and has lectured at Yale,Princeton, the Bartlett, MIT, Stanford, ETH, EPFL, and Angewandte. He received an M.Arch (with distinction, AIA medal) and an M.Des (History and Theory, with distinction) from Harvard GSD.