Associate AIA + Master of Architecture.
Project Manager + Associate Designer with significant academic, technical and creative leadership and experience.
Particularly interested in design with a focus on environmental and social justice, post-disaster relief / water management; community engagement; mapping / data visualization; exhibition / installation design; art and architectural theory.
Academic + Creative Leadership + Freelance Design
+ Institutional Planning
- Columbia University Campus Planning & Physical Development Committee
- Columbia University Global Initiatives Task Force
- Wellesley College Landscape & Buildings Committee
- Columbia University Senator
- Wellesley College Board of Trustees
+ Research Associate
- Architecture from Anything: Contemporary Strategies of Design Pedagogy - Bradley Horn
+ Research Assistant
- Spatial Information Design Lab
- Advanced Data Visualization Project
+ Graduate-Level Teaching Assistant
- Post-War / Post-Crisis Japanese Architecture
- Traditional Japanese Architecture
+ Publication Graphics Production / Artist
- Close Up at a Distance (Zone Books, 2013)
- Visions of Struggle in Women's Filmmaking in the Mediterranean (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010)
+ Associate Designer and Project Manager at TW2M Design/Build LLC
+ Architectural Designer and Project Manager at Leroy Street Studio
+ Freelance Designer
Leroy Street Studio, New York, NY, US, Architectural Designer / Project Manager
Design and Project Management experience for firm's NYC hospitality work and public projects, in addition to significant design and construction administration work on 20,000+ sq ft residential projects in the US and abroad.
TW2M Design/Build LLC, New York, NY, US, Associate Designer
Columbia University, New York, NY, US, GSAPP Teaching Assistant
Spatial Information Design Lab, New York, NY, US, Research Assistant
Advanced Data Visualization Project, New York, NY, US, Research Assistant
William Sloan Associates, Architects, Winchester, MA, US, Architectural Intern
Columbia University, New York, NY, US, MArch, Architecture