My name is Colin Rosenow and this is my online portfolio.  I currently attend Boston University where I am majoring in International Relations and Economics.  I spent my freshman year at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, majoring in Interior Architecture.  I graduated from Manhattan High School in May 2009.

At SAIC I participated in a number of shows.  I was part of a collaborative piece to remake Ken Isaac’s Living Structure, which was featured in the show “Learning Modern” at the Sullivan Galleries in Downtown Chicago. 

I also had a solo piece in ArtBash 2010, a selective show for first-year students at SAIC.  My piece was featured at the Rymer Gallery in the Columbus Drive section of the Art Institute of Chicago.  

All of the work here is my own; the photos, videos and music were made independently.  I am interested in all types of design, so I decided to showcase as many different mediums as possible.  Besides design and architecture I also am interested in economics and history.

Many of the works on this site are from my high school portfolio, but as I get more time to document my work I’ll be adding more examples from my collegiate portfolio.

So now you know enough about me to creep me out in a conversation... if you have any other questions, comments, or just want to say hey feel free to email me at runner@colinrosenow.com