I am currently finishing my last year of a B.S.Arch from the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC. I have studied extensively outside of the US, including France, Oxford University, England and Barcelona, Spain.
The majority of my work consists of studio projects, ranging from small (bus stop) scale to large (theater, multi-unit housing). I enjoy finding multiple, sometimes conflicting, expressions within singular gestures, believing that significant design results from subtle multiplicities, born from an economy of intervention.
I have also had the opportunity to develop my physical craft through digital and traditional fabrication projects, including a personal "nomadic shelter". I am a meticulous writer and editor, currently co-producing our University's annual Summer Institute Journal. Currently, my interest has focused on Grasshopper for Rhino, Arduino and exploring the applications and limitations of digital design tools.
The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC, US, Journal Design Editor
The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC, US, Architecture and Planning