Peter designs permanent and temporary works at all scales, for start–ups, industry– defining giants, small nonprofits, and international NGOs. He collaborates productively with production companies, media designers, fabricators, creative partners, and city agencies. His public art projects in Boston have been funded by the Fort Point Channel Operations Board, Friends of Fort Point Channel, the Fort Point Arts Community, and the Mayor's Office of New Urban Mechanics and have been supported by Boston Art Commission, Public Works Department, City Engineer, Coast Guard and Harbormaster. Recent highlights: "Seat Light Control," a winning entry in Boston’s first Public Space Invitational competition (2014); "Tropical Fort Point," a temporary installation in Fort Point Channel (2014); Creative Director for illumination of Boston Children’s Museum (BCM) for 100th year celebrations (2013); "C is for Clamp," with Diane Fiedler, an art/exhibit installation for BCM's "An Alphabet of Inspiration: Artists Celebrate 100 Years of Collections" (2013); "Arts Imbalance," a temporary installation above the Fort Point Channel (2012); set design for the Opportunity Nation Summit at the Apollo Theater, Harlem (2011); Creative Director, Executive Producer, and Stage Designer for MIT’s sesquicentennial convocation (2011); a 17–foot wide Phylogenetic Mobile of mammals whose genomes have been sequenced, for The Broad Institute's DNAtrium (2010); set design for "Present Imperfect," a staging of 6 short Pinter plays (2009); calendar designs for the public health NGO Partners In Health (2007–2011); architectural design of an intimate rural home (2008); installation team leader for the east side 90th to 96th Street section of Christo & Jeanne–Claude’s "Gates" in Central Park (2006). Peter has juried art competitions and done studio crits at RISD, the GSD, and Boston Arts Academy. He was a volunteer carpenter on Partners In Health’s 300-bed hospital construction project in Mirebalais, Haiti in 2012-2013. And he serves on the board of The Farm School, connecting people of all ages to the land and helping train the next generations of farmers in sustainable agriculture.