Isaiah Krieger
Isaiah is from Boston, where he grew up across the street from Jamaica Pond. His frequent visits to the pond and other elements of Frederick Law Olmsted’s Emerald Necklace gave him an early appreciation for the importance of integrating landscape into urban environments. Consequently, his design interests lie at the intersection of environment, ecology, and urbanism.

Isaiah graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in History from Northeastern University, where he also studied art history. His academic interests focused on topics ranging from the narrative of landscape and land use in early America to 20th-century modern painting to the relationship between art and architectural representation. Previous work experience includes internships with the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, and the Klopfer Martin Design Group.

Isaiah joined MVVA in 2017.

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