Specializing in Experiential Design and Marketing
Mahan Soltanzadeh has a deep background in experiential design and marketing, and his areas of expertise include augmented and virtual reality, branded environments, branding, and advertising campaigns. He has worked with a variety of global brands, empowering people through exceptional experiences that leave a lasting impact. Past clients include Samsung, Panasonic, Walmart, Knauf, Rio Tinto, Henkel, Girl Scouts, and more.
As the Chief Creative Officer of Meshki, Mahan crafts targeted solutions and strategies from big-picture concepts to the smallest details, fostering a culture of growth while leading all aspects of design strategy and execution across releases on multiple platforms. He was also the Director of Design and Co-Founder of LLVR Systems, where he led the design and development of an innovative language training system for the US Federal Government in virtual reality, going beyond traditional classroom learning.
Mahan specializes in taking design projects of all sizes from the conceptual stage through to final production. He has world-class technical expertise in visual ideation and technical software, including 2D, 3D, CAD, and BIM applications and visual programming for 3D animations, simulations, and VFX. His passion for design and making the world a better place has also inspired him to focus his future efforts on utilizing artificial intelligence and machine learning in design processes.
Mahan's work has been featured in prominent international design competitions and tradeshows across the globe. He approaches each project with excitement and vigor as he helps to bring visions to life and the forefront of the design industry, always one to think creatively and solve problems. As a lifelong learner, Mahan holds several undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of California, Davis, and Azad University of Art & Architecture, where he studied graphic design, interior architecture, and environmental design.
Mahan also taught commercial exhibition design, interior architecture, graphic, product, and environmental design courses at the University of California, Davis, and American River College. Additionally, he designed and instructed an upper-division course, "Design 185 - Commercial Exhibition Design," at UC Davis, where he applied his professional expertise and imparted original practice to students.