Mimi Zeiger founded loud paper, an architecture zine and now blog, in 1997. The publication received grant awards from the Graham Foundation for the Arts and the LEF Foundation. Zeiger is author of New Museums: Contemporary Museum Architecture Around the World, Tiny Houses and Micro Green.

A Brooklyn-based freelancer, she writes on art, architecture, and design for a variety of publications including The New York Times, Wallpaper, Dwell, Azure, and Architect, where she is a contributing editor. She has taught at Parsons New School of Design, the California College of the Arts (CCA) and at the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc.) Her cross-disciplinary seminars explore the relationships between architecture, art, urban space, and popular culture.

She holds a Master of Architecture degree from SCI-Arc and a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Cornell University.