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Angus McDougal

Beijing, China
I am an industrial designer and fabrication consultant who's been living in Beijing for the past 3+ years. My extensive network of fabricators, material sources, and installation crews, coupled with a deep understanding of local culture, enables me to provide the know how when presented with the myriad of difficulties inherent to creative production in China.
Work Experience
Beijing, China
Mar 2013Present
Senior Product Designer
Beijing, China
Aug 2012
Installation Artist, Creative Director
--Consult on concept and fabrication of Installation Art for Art and Design Studios in China
--Provide expert information on material selection
--Provide expert information on controlling and creating spaces that enhance the lives of the people who use them. Both short term and long term projects apply.
Dec 2010Aug 2012
Designer, In House Construction Expert
--Managed and organized all BAM in-house fabrication projects. Included supervision of up to 45 person fabrication teams.
--Oversaw material testing, and production of large-scale, public art installations currently in Beijing, Shenyang, and Chongqing.
--Managed BAM's materials and tools libraries.
Nov 2010
Art Journalist
--Published reviewer in LEAP Magazine—China’s premier bilingual, contemporary arts magazine.
--Featured reviewer on,, and other widely read online arts and design news sources.
Mar 2010Nov 2010
Pete Smith Mason
Apprentice to Master Mason Peter Smith
--Designed and constructed structures and outdoor spaces for private homes in the Finger Lakes region of New York State.
--Restored stonework on historic buildings registered in the state of New York.
Sep 1995Jun 1999
Secondary School
Graduated with distinction in Fine Arts.
Haverford, PA, USA
Sep 1999May 2005
Bachelor of Fine Arts
Concentration in Sculpture and East Asian Studies.
Mandarin (Conversational)
Adobe Creative Suite, Founder Of Big Dirty, I Can Say Backwards Anything I Hear--both The Letters In The Individual Words And The Words Themselves.