I am a recent graduate obtaining a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Southern California. My philosophy towards design is one I call Dyn-urbanism; an acknowledgement that every place has its own contextual specificities and dynamism. Every work of architecture is situated within a greater urban context and will have an impact on it. Therefore there is a need to take into account the cultural, social, and environmental specificities of the place. This in mind working within the specific ecological conditions to create sustainable solutions is of primary importance to me. In addition to this I am a firm believer in a cross disciplinary approach to design and enjoy working through a range of scales from installations, singular buildings, to urban master planning.
In addition I am interested in design innovation through technology and creation of hybrid spaces. I am fluent with many forms of 3D modelling software including BIM, nurbs, parametrics, and mesh modelling. I enjoy experimentation with these tools in pursuit of the creation of complex geometries, as well as creation of physical manifestations using digital fabrication techniques. Another interest of mine is pushing the boundaries of architecture through creating hybrid forms of architecture. Dynamic experiences can be achieved by working with hybrid arrangements of program, typology, and form making.
I consider myself extremely self-motivated and driven to be creative. I enjoy independent work and research, as well as team collaboration and interdisciplinary practice. Our world today is full of challenges, and I am eager to embrace them.
ft3 architecture landscape interior design, Winnipeg, MB, CA, Architectural Intern
University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles, CA, US, MArch, Master of Architecture +2
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, CA, Bachelor of Environmental Design