I'm a recent graduate of Tulane University with a Master of Architecture. My skill in architecture is interdisciplinary, with emphasis on writing, graphic deign, and publications. Through my role as Editor in Chief of theCharrette, a student-run publication founded in 2006, I have investigated and theorized about design within a research-driven context. My current role with ARCHILEPSY Magazine sees an extension of these skills.
In the professional sector, my experience has primarily dealt with urban design and planning: urban site analysis, 3D modeling and drawing, perspective rendering and final production during the duration of projects. I also have had direct interaction with AIA chapters, through serving as Tulane's liaison for the AIA New Orleans Executive Board.
My Masters thesis, titled "Degrees of Interdependence", researched sport and collective identity in Aberdeen, Scotland. Given the unique economic and industrial power that Aberdeen possesses - named an "HSBC Supercity" in 2012 - the city creates a scenario of synergy between the political forces in the country and the current state of sport coupled with the movement of industrial prowess from oil to offshore renewable energy. The location of the thesis on a harbour-adjacent site cross-programs stadium and government infrastructure together to form a holistic public infrastructural complex in a city in desperate need of space for the masses.
Passions: stadium design, cultural + museum design, skyscraper design, urban design + planning, graphic design and branding, journalism
ARCHILEPSY Magazine, Chicago, IL, US, Contributing Editor
Journalistic writing and graphic design for interdisciplinary design magazine.
H3 Studio, Saint Louis, MO, US, Intern
Planning / Urban Design / Architecture / Landscape
Conducted urban site analysis, engaged in 3D modeling and drawing, perspective rendering, and final production during duration of projects: Delmar Loop Retail Study, Washington University Undergraduate Housing Study, Parkview Garden Sustainable Plan and Forest Park Forever Master Plan.
Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, US, MArch, Architecture
AIAS President + Treasurer
theCharrette Editor in Chief
AIA New Orleans Executive Board Tulane Delegate
Undergraduate Student Government Senator
Tulane 34 Award, Award
University-wide award for 34 graduates of Class of 2013, recognizing exemplary leadership, service, and academic excellence.
Judith and Morris Henkin Scholarship, Grant
Conducted research in Aberdeen relating to Master of Architecture thesis. Political, industrial, sport, and urban planning research and discussion. Aberdeen, Scotland
Alpha Rho Chi Medal, Award
National medal of architecture awarded by Dean and faculty for outstanding leadership, service, academic and professional merit.
Class of 1973 Fellowship, Award
Transformative Architecture: The Iconic and the Modern Stadium
Berlin | Munich | Basel | London