I graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in 2019 with my Bachelor's Degree in Architecture and a second major in Social & Political History. I am a 2021 Public Access Design Fellow at the Center for Urban Pedagogy and I'm currently working as an architectural designer for 1100 Architect.
My interests lie at the intersection of architecture, environment, theory, and speculation. Trying to tackle the issues of our time requires navigating complexity across disciplinary boundaries, and I think visual/spatial communication will play an important role in that.
In general, my experience outside of architecture is in graphics, visuals arts, and education. I frequently take commissions for paintings, murals, and graphic design, so please feel free to reach out for requests. Or, if you're in the New York City, Boston/Providence area, I'm always happy to meet up for a conversation over coffee!
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