Stephen Gray

Lecturer

Stephen Gray is an Associate planner / urban designer at Sasaki Associates, Inc. in Watertown, Massachusetts with extensive experience working in the U.S., Middle East, and Asia with clients including municipal agencies, colleges and universities, private developers, and non-profits. Sasaki is a multidisciplinary professional service firm with an integrated approach to national and international projects in architecture, interior design, planning, urban design, landscape architecture, strategic planning, civil engineering, and graphic design.

Stephen’s current and recent project work includes the Khalifa University of Science, Technology and Research at Masdar, UAE; Bridgeport Parks Master Plan in Bridgeport, CT; the Brighton Planning Study in Boston, MA; the Greater Hill District Master Plan in Pittsburgh, PA; and the Georgia State University Master Plan in Atlanta, GA.

In addition to his professional responsibilities, Stephen is an active member of the Boston Society of Architects with the Urban Design Committee and Innovation District Sub-Committee, and he was recently tapped to serve on a 3-day ULI expert panel for the City of Fremont, CA.

Stephen grew up in Cincinnati where he attended college and earned a degree in Architecture from the University of Cincinnati. He also earned a Master of Architecture in Urban Design degree with distinction from Harvard University where he was awarded the Thesis Prize and the Award for Outstanding Leadership in Urban Design. His interests center on the intersection of education and engagement, and the consequential enrichment of the way we practice.

Courses Taught

1960s Urbanism