Clambake is a gathering for designers, creatives, and those who like design and want to know more. It’s a time to get together, network, and hear about some of the cool new design work that is happening in RI. Two presenters from two different design disciplines present each month. Presentations are generally 15 minutes followed by Q&A.
Since 2018, Clambake has been traveling around RI. Are there any designers/creatives in RI you’d like to nominate to be a Clambake speaker? Any cool spaces in RI we should host a Clambake? Let us know!
In February, we’re at IYRS School of Technology and Trades in Newport, RI.
Check out the Facebook Event to see the work of our speakers. Register TODAY!
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Paul Weber Architects
Paul brings a depth of understanding to the field that surpasses his 35 years of working design experience. His roots and formative background were shaped by generations of architects in his family’s past.
He trained at the Rhode Island School of Design where he received a B.Arch., then honed his vision and engaged in formal practice working with a number of renowned firms including Shope Reno Wharton, Graham Gund Associates, Childs Bertman Tseckares, and Newport Collaborative Architects. He opened Paul Weber Architecture in 2009 to focus his efforts on residential architecture, club facilities and hospitality design.
Paul’s work has been featured in Design New England Magazine, Southern New England Home and Wood Design and Building. He lives in Newport, Rhode Island with his wife Bonnie and their two daughters, and is active in the sailing community.
Mike Marshall grew up in Rhode Island racing Optimists, 420s, and Lasers. He is currently focusing on designing sails for one-design boats and one-design custom projects at North Sails, including designs for the US Olympic 470 teams and many other world-championship-level programs. In addition, he serves on the board of directors for the Conanicut Island Sailing Foundation (CISF), a non-profit specializing in helping youth sailors in the Rhode Island area achieve their goals in the sport.
Mike won the 2016 J/22 Worlds, which led to a Rolex Yachtsman of the Year nomination. He has also won the J/22 North Americans and finished top ten at multiple J/24 Worlds, North Americans, and Nationals. He graduated with a degree in Geophysics from Connecticut College, where he was co-captain of the sailing team for two years.