Ian Campbell - Principal - ian@rs-vr.com

Ian is a Seattle based multi-disciplinary creative with extensive experience in lighting design, branded environments, installation art, architectural project integration, and custom fabrication.

With a background in architecture, he combines an intuitive spacial understanding with a passion for inventing spectacle to create unique and memorable experiences.

In addition to his role at RSVR Ian has helped deliver internationally award-winning projects for brands, architects, and design studios. Ian is currently a senior designer at Studio Matthews in Seattle, WA

Hayley Buckbee - Principal -hayley@rs-vr.com 

Hayley grew up on the southern Oregon coast and she holds a Bachelors of Science in Architecture from Portland State University. In 2014 she received her Masters of Architecture from University of Washington in Seattle. Her graduate thesis investigation explored the spatial and cultural relationships between public land art and architecture. Hayley’s architectural and cultural studies abroad has taken her to the countries of Italy, Spain, and Ukraine. Hayley joined Ian Campbell and RSVR in 2011 for the installation of Tacoma Array. Since then Hayley has contributed to RSVR research through design collaboration and installation of pieces in Portland, Tacoma, and Seattle. Hayley is exploring the use of intervention to engage public space and utilitarian forms.


Past RSVR contributors:

Jena Restad, Benjamin Gray


RSVR visual research is an exploratory design and fabrication practice focused on merging architecture, art, and industrial design, led by Ian Campbell.  Ian's work is informed by the exploration of light, the process of making + craft and the formation of memories. Every project has a uniquely designed fabrication process that challenges the status quo, with the aim of creating environments that enhance sensation, generate spectacle and invite personal engagement.