Red de Leon

Red de Leon Senior Developer

Red has worked as a senior developer on various projects at C&G Partners leveraging his diverse background in programming, architecture, photography, and video production to create clear, concise, user-friendly, and immersive interactive experiences.

He received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture with honors from Pratt Institute, and worked for three years in the architecture field before transitioning to new media, where he has spent the last 16 years developing experiences in the form of websites, video and animations, interactive kiosks, and software prototyping for consumer electronics.

While at C&G Partners, he has worked as a senior developer for clients such as the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the Museum of Jewish Heritage, the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS), The Maryland State House, The Museum of American Finance, O’Shaughnessy Asset Management, The Art Director’s Club, the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, Riverkeeper, and Portico.

Red’s past clients include Forbes, The New York Review of Books, Merriam-Webster, American Theatre Wing, Parade Magazine, Everytown for Gun Safety, MIT Sloan, NYU Stern, 20x200, Brooklyn Public Library, Clarium Capital Management, CNL Financial Group, D&M Holdings, Hewlett Packard, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Microsoft, New Jersey Theater Alliance, Ovid Technologies, PBS and the Visual Thesaurus.