Ray Chi

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Ray Chi (born 1974 in Okemos, Michigan; lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin) is an American architect, cellist, film and video editor, and furniture designer.

He collaborated with Sarah Price and Chris Smith on the editing of the award-winning documentary American Movie. That project would lead to the collaborative creation of ZeroTV.com, a precursor to YouTube and MySpace.[citation needed] Other film work includes Sarah Price's Caesar's Park, The Ice Cream Social, Studying the Lie, and a documentary based on Chicago's Hubbard Street Dance Company.

Before earning a master's degree in architecture from the Southern California Institute of Architecture he studied at Harvard and the University of Michigan.

Chi has had exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles, and has a furniture line called FURNICHI, which is regarded as functional conceptual sculpture.

In 2006, he was named Artist of the Year by the city of Milwaukee.[citation needed]

He currently teaches at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design and The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.[citation needed][1]

As of November 2007, he had his first child, Xander.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ "Raymond Chi at University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee - RateMyProfessors.com". www.ratemyprofessors.com. Retrieved 2016-05-04. 

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