Shamane Morejon

Shamane Morejon

Los Angeles, CA, US



Healer - Designer - Trail Builder - Community Activist

My goal as a designer is to utilize site-specific research to stimulate symbiotic interactions between humans, the urban fabric, and the natural environment. Rooted in the healing arts, my design and research integrates metaphysical theories and social consciousness to elevate the community molecularly, energetically, socially, and economically. 

I seek to expand and grow my skills in Urban Design, public installations, and narrative urbanism, activating positive change towards the interconnectivity between city dwellers, the streetscape, and nature. 

Currently, I hold Presidency of a trail stewardship organization, Mount Wilson Bicycling Association, of which we partner with the United States Forest Service and over 250 volunteers to maintain and build trails in our Los Angeles Forest. I am a community activist that has coordinated multiple initiatives, including "Symbiosis LA" of which we partnered with Bresee Foundation and taught high school kids how to build a mobile shelter on a cargo bicycle. I have also volunteered with LA-Mas, Keep Griffith Wild, Wildwoods Foundation, and Talk About Curing Autism.  


Deep Lines LLC, Los Angeles, CA, US, Co-Designer

Freelance design for accessory dwelling units (ADU). Duties include, but not limited to, schematic design and development, drafting for construction documents, rendering, and permitting.

Jun 2018 - current

Grant Gillis Architects, los angeles, Architect's Assistant

General office administration, assist in AutoCad drafting and permitting for large-scale commercial and small-scale residential design.

Sep 2018 - May 2019

LA Forum for Architecture and Urban Design, Los Angeles, CA, US, Administrative Assistant

Assistant to the Board of Directors. Duties include, but not limited to, interviews and wordpress online publishing for DeliriousLA, mailchimp email blasts, event/exhibition coordination, administration of funraise, eventbrite, and shopify.

Nov 2017 - Feb 2019

Los Angeles Unified School District, Los Angeles, CA, US, Administrative Intern

Drafting, space planning, logistics reports, FF&E specifications, on-site vendor coordination, general office administration and material organization.

Jul 2017 - Aug 2018

Chu + Gooding Architects, Los Angeles, CA, US, Exhibition Installation Assistant

Assist with "Visual Voyages" installation at Huntington Gardens Library and Galleries. Large-scale flooring detail.

Mar 2018 - Jul 2018

Self Practice, Los Angeles, CA, US, Exhibition Curator

Co-curated historical exhibition for Mount Wilson Bicycling Association at The Row DTLA. Duties including, but not limited to, on-site measurements, schematic design for multimedia exhibition with photography, video, objects and merchandise, material research for bringing natural elements to the interior, on-site installation.

Mar 2018 - Mar 2018

Wood and Metal Shop, Woodbury University, Los Angeles, CA, US, Technician

Maintenance tools and shop, assist students developing tectonics of projects, efficient problem solving, communication, and time management skills.

Jun 2015 - Dec 2015

Nadia Geller Designs, Los Angeles, CA, US, Junior Design Assistant

Commercial and residential FF&E specification, on-site installation, mood boards, materials library, vendor coordination, general office assistant.

Feb 2014 - Dec 2015


Woodbury University, Burbank, CA, US, Bachelors, Interior Architecture

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Architecture with a minor in Urban Studies. Analytical & sustainable design research and development, 2D drafting, 3D modeling and rendering utilizing AutoCad, Rhino3D, and Adobe suite. Other programs introduced to were Sketch-up, Revit, Vray, and Maya. Presentation layout and architectural public speaking development. Building Codes, Material research and experimentation, lighting design, experiential design, woodworking and metal fabrication, tectonic research and development, history and application of urbanism and how it effects spatial curation.

My thesis was called "Gradients of Energy" and addressed elements of vibrational frequency, density, and temperature of materials to create a public installation attached to 7 nodes within the Los Angeles metrorail system. The main inspiration for this new exploration of healing architecture was the Tibetan singing bowl and it's effect on the human body. A final built installation from 50 copper rods formed an orbiting vortex that worked with the natural properties of the material. The idea is that these vortexes, with their partial enclosures, amplified the vibrational frequency of the space, therefore amplifying the vibrational frequency of whomever passes through and potentially raising their cellular health. This piece has been reinstalled in my backyard, and is utilized daily as I have added fabric to provide the user with shade.

Sep 2014 - May 2018

Higher Elevation Healing Arts School, Edwards, CO, US, Certified Massage Therapist

History and modalities of massage therapy from a diversity of practicing teachers. Anatomy, physiology, and pathology. Business and practice, ethics, and student clinic experience.

Jun 2012 - Nov 2012

Harvest Institute, Newark, NJ, US, TESOL Certification

Teaching english as a second language for young learners, those studying for exams, and business.

Jan 2007 - May 2007


Student Service Award (Woodbury), Award

Exemplary student service as President of International Interior Design Association, and leader of Yoga Jam classes.


CEO Business Competition, 1st Place

Award for business proposal of Symbiosis:LA. An initiative to alleviate homelessness in Los Angeles by designing and fabricating a mobile shelter on a cargo bike. The proposal showed analytical and design benefits that created symbiotic benefits for both compromised Angelenos and the City.


Student Service Award (Woodbury), Award

Exemplary student service as President of International Interior Design Association, and leader of Yoga Jam classes.


Areas of Specialization