He is assistant editor of the research-oriented architectural journal Faktur: Documents & Architecture, which received a support grant from the Graham Foundation in 2019. With Nile Greenberg, he is the co-author of The Advanced School of Collective Feeling (Park Books), a book which documents their ongoing research into the mutual influence of modern architecture and physical culture beginning in the 1920s and ‘30s.
Matthew worked in the studio of Frida Escobedo from 2016 to 2019, leading projects including the Serpentine Pavilion, the exhibition design for the 2018 Shanghai Art Biennale (“Proregress: Art in an Age of Historical Ambivalence”), and Untitled (the studio’s contribution to Exhibit Columbus). He has previously worked in design studios including Charlap Hyman & Herrero and The Fautory, as well as in the studio of the Norwegian artist Bjarne Melgaard. Matthew holds a Masters of Architecture from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning & Preservation.