Rich Lo, the founder and principal of Bank Street Creative, was born in Hong Kong, raised in Dallas, Texas and graduated from Texas A&M University.
From 1989 to 2013, Rich was a senior designer/project manager with EDI International. Over the course of his 24 year career at EDI, Rich was involved in a wide range of projects, including residential, commercial, mixed-use, adaptive reuse, land planning and interiors. Rich was involved in multiple, high-profile projects, including Harbor Point in Stamford, Connecticut, one of the biggest and most ambitious mixed-use redevelopment projects in the country and The Beacon, an adaptive reuse of a historic medical/hospital campus in Jersey City, New Jersey. For more information about Rich's architecture experience, please click here.
Rich has exposure to a wide variety of clients and markets. During his tenure at EDI, Rich worked in three of the firm’s five offices – its headquarters in Houston from 1989 to 1991, its San Francisco office from 1991 to 2003 and its New York office, where he worked alongside EDI’s CEO, from 2003 to 2013.
The “go-to-guy” at EDI, Rich is accustomed to delivering innovation, quality, efficiency and profitability in the projects that he leads through excellence, teamwork and synchronous communication with clients, colleagues and consultants.
To view Rich's graphic design and photography work for the non-profit organization Abingdon Square Conservancy, please click here.
In 2013, Rich embarked on a new career focused on his twin passions -- graphic design and photography, which led to the founding of Bank Street Creative.
Bank Street Creative
Bank Street Creative is a multidisciplinary creative studio based in New York City on the famed six block long Bank Street in the West Village. Bank Street Creative provides top quality graphic design, photography and architectural design services to a wide variety of clients.