Patricia Tower


Patricia Tower is currently a designer that has worked on a variety of innovative products. In 2006 she accepted a position as the product designer of Bulova, a watch company. Her team was responsible for a wide range of the brands Wittnauer, Caravelle, and Accutron as well as licensed products for the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Harley-Davidson, Things Remembered, and many others. Previously Tower has been an artist’s consultant for photographer and designer, Joseph La Piana and Pop Artist, Michael Perez. She has also interned with Limited Design Services for Victoria Secret, Express, and Bath and Body Works products.

Prior to joining Bulova, Patricia was a design student at Parsons School of Design where she earned a collaboration award with Vespa for an accessory pet carrier called “Vespet”. She also was a finalist for The Isamu Noguchi Museum’s Chess Design Competition in 2004-2005. The “Platonic” chess set has been publicized on numerous design websites as well as in Newsweek and American Craft Magazine.


  • product design
  • industrial design


  • Adobe Illustrator & Photoshop
  • Solidworks
  • Graphite Vellum
  • Rhino