Board Member, Events Director, Sustainable Aviation Foundation
Damon Seeley is a designer, focused on making the world a better place.
In 2002, Seeley cofounded the design firm Electroland as a vehicle for creating interactive public spaces. Electroland created ground-breaking interactive public artworks, design installations and exhibits for large public and private clients. In the process, Seeley led large teams of designers, developers, visual artists, fabricators and engineers to deliver award-winning projects.
Damon Seeley currently works for Google as a Product Designer on future operating systems, and is a Board Member and Events Director for The Sustainable Aviation Foundation. He helped program and produce SAS 2019.
Seeley’s work has been shown at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum Triennial, and has been featured in international art and design publications. Many of his artworks and installations are extant in cities and public spaces today.