Wynn Geary is an American designer and beekeeper currently working with Alvéole in Philadelphia. He graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2019 with a BFA in Industrial Design and a minor in Nature, Culture, and Sustainability Studies. 

With a respect for nature cultivated from a young age at The Miquon School, a grounding in scientific methodology from Philadelphia’s Science Leadership Academy, and formal art and design training from RISD, Geary’s work often sits at the intersection of art and environmental science.

From helping America’s largest beekeeping services communicate with their corporate clientele, to developing an aquaponics system used in RISD’s dining hall, to generating excitement around Green Stormwater infrastructure in South Philadelphia, there is a common theme in Geary’s work — helping people to understand nature through accessible design.

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