Asad is an independent Creative Director with interest and experience in the cultural sector and arts education. He has worked for Mgmt. Design, Pentagram, OMFGCO, Work-Order and Media Arts Lab where he specialized in editorial, exhibition, brand and interactive design. His work has contributed to exhibitions and programs at major museums and cultural festivals, including the National Building Museum, Day for Night and World Pride 2019. Asad has taught and lectured at Yale, Parsons, and Rutgers universities as well as the Fikra Design Biennial in Sharjah, UAE, on topics that include inclusivity in design and queer communication. As a member of the Queering Space artists collective, he works to promote visibility and encourage creativity for marginalized artists through exhibitions, workshops and programming.
MFA, Yale University
BFA, Rhode Island School of Design