I am a recent graduate of University of Pennsylvania's Masters in Architecture program and work for the US government doing space planning and Project Management. These two backgrounds have left me in the crossroads between the hyper digital fantastical and the hyper practical mundane. This is the starting point from which I have developed my architectural sensibilities, pushing into a world where tactility meets pragmatism and wonderful space can be built on time and under budget.
US Department of Treasury - Real Estate and Facilities Management, Philadelphia, Project Manager
Designing, re-designing, and managing federal employee spaces. This includes a 2,400 SF Criminal Investigations warehouse, as well as a 45,000 SF office space.
Temple University College of Liberal Arts, Philadelphia, Architecture Intern
Collaborated on several small and medium sized proposals for the transforming and updating of the college’s classrooms and miscellaneous spaces.
Temple University Architecture Department, Philadelphia, Student Worker
Assisted in the planning and operating of several lecture and exhibition events. This included building and installing exhibitions and displays, meeting with lecturers and advertising events.
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, MArch, Architecture
Masters in Architecture, focusing on expanding the possibility of technological design through the use of dynamic systems and solids based modelling with an affect based approach.
Temple University, Philadelphia, BArch, Architecture
Bachelors in Architecture, focusing on the integration of Architecture into Urban Planning, through a sustainable and socioeconomically equitable approach.