Open Satellite Staff and Advisors


Abigail Guay, Exhibitions Director
From 2002-2006, Abigail worked as a project manager at the Jenny Holzer Studio (NY) where she coordinated complex, installation-based projects at art institutions and public spaces across the US, Europe and Asia. In Seattle, Abigail has worked for Artist Trust and contributed visual art reviews to the Stranger. She is a member of the Arcade editorial committee.

Laura O’Quin, Public Programs Manager
Laura is a teaching artist, with an eight-year history of dedication to arts education and promotion. While at the Seattle Art Museum, she participated in diverse activities across all three museum sites. Laura has managed programs and art installations while working closely with artists, community members and local cultural art organizations, including museums, galleries and schools.

Advisory Board

John Su, Founder
John began his career as a structural engineer before transitioning into the building development business. A 30-year resident of the Pacific Northwest, he has become a prominent Eastside developer, producing high-density, mixed-use residential projects.

Annie Han + Daniel Mihalyo, Advisory Board Co-chairs
Annie and Daniel operate as Lead Pencil Studio, an interdisciplinary studio that generates projects in art and architecture. They received the 2007/2008 Founders Rome Prize from the American Academy in Rome, a 2006 Emerging Voice award from the Architecture League of New York, and a 2005 Creative Capital Foundation Visual Arts Grant.

Patricia Shetley, Graphic Designer
Patricia, Design Director of the visual graphics firm PSA Designs, has contributed design guidance and creative support throughout the conception and development of the Open Satellite program. She is a regular consultant to many Su Development projects and initiatives.

Other contributors include:
- Betsey Brock, Associate Director for Communications and Outreach, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle
- Eric Fredericksen, Director, Western Bridge, Seattle
- Scott Lawrimore, Owner, Lawrimore Project, Seattle
- Beth Sellars, Curator, Suyama Space, Seattle