Zelig Fok is an architectural practitioner, photographer, educator.

Zelig holds a Master of Architecture from Yale University, a Bachelor of Fine Art in Architecture from Savannah College of Art & Design, and Associate Diplomas from The Royal Conservatory of Canada in Music Pedagogy and Trinity College London in Speech and Drama. Zelig has accumulated professional experience as a project manager for Supermatic Studio in production and exhibition design, as a freelance architectural photographer, as a collaborator with fine-art photographer Mitch Epstein, and as design faculty at Kent State University College of Architecture & Environmental Design.

Zelig has been awarded multiple teaching fellowships at Yale University, and was the recipient of the David M. Schwarz Research Travel Fellowship in 2019. He has had experience in teaching design studios, digital visualization and fabrication seminars, architectural foundations, photography, and history courses at both undergraduate and graduate levels. His design projects, research papers, articles, and photography have been published in The Wall Street Journal, RETROSPECTA, Paprika!, ArchDaily, Dezeen, and the New York Review of Architecture.

Zelig’s research focuses on the tenuous relationship between the built environment and its photographic representations, and continues to investigate the relevance of photography within architecture's disciplinary boundaries and their broader implications within contemporary image culture.

Currently, Zelig is the 2021-22 Howard E. LeFevre '29 Emerging Practitioner Fellow at Knowlton School of Architecture at The Ohio State University.
Full CV & Portfolio available on request.