In my work, I am interested in the role that memory has in shaping perception and the way both intersect with architectural space. I work at a variety of scales, from drawings to architectural objects. Drawing is fundamental to my personal design process and the way that I explore ideas.
I am a critic at the Yale School of Architecture and hold a B.Arch from the University of Oregon and a Masters of Architecture from Yale School of Architecture, whereupon graduation I received the William Wirt Winchester Fellowship fund. I have also been recognized by the ICAA with the Rieger Graham Prize for a fellowship at the American Academy in Rome
My work and collaborative projects have been showcased on Domus, Casabella, Archinect, Wallpaper*, Study Architecture, as well as others. My drawings have also been published in Retrospecta 42, Paprika!, 101 Sketching Tips, and Classicist 16.
My work is fueled by the joy of inquiry and exploration through drawing. I have received multiple grants and fellowships from the Cavin Family, Olson Kundig, Yale School of Architecture, Sir John Soane's Museum Foundation and the ICAA which have aided greatly in my ongoing drawing projects.