I am a designer focused on research and experimentation of historical and contemporary linkages of architecture to fine arts. My background has influenced a practice that is built upon the making of objects and acts of drawings. My interest in graphic production, global infrastructure networks, and contemporary culture is fertile ground for exploring the “new” media and documents available to architects and designers as both polity and propaganda.
My work has been published by the Cambridge Architectural Journal, Yale School of Architecture, RISD Architectural Press, and Architectural Review. My drawings and image-based explorations have won international recognition and have been presented at the RISD Museum. I received my Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Architecture degrees from the Rhode Island School of Design, and Masters from Yale School of Architecture where I received the Moulton Andrus Award for excellence in art and architecture. I am currently an architectural designer in New York City and edit PROPS Paper with Lucy Liu.