The Cooper Union
School of Architecture
Recent Projects
The Joy of Painting
Baggage Handlers' Union Showroom

Professor Titus received his Bachelor of Architecture from the Cooper Union in 1998, and a Master of Fine Art from the University of Chicago in 2001. Professor Titus currently teaches ARCH 111, Architectonics, and has been a visiting critic on design juries at Columbia University and Pratt Institute.

In 1999 Professor Titus received a two-year fellowship from the University of Chicago to further examine the relationships between Art and Architecture. The body of work consisting of paintings and sculpture was installed and exhibited throughout Chicago.

His work consists of art objects that explore the complexities of animation and video-game space as they relate to "real" space. In 2001, Professor Titus returned to New York to open an independent studio where he is currently producing paintings and objects for an upcoming exhibition.

Instructor, Adjunct Faculty