While my background in both Architecture (MFA Architecture design at Parsons the New School for Design) and Industrial Design (MID Pratt Institute) are seemingly polar opposites, in terms of physical scale, I look to bridge that gap by working at a variety of scales that bridge methodologies and ways of thinking from both. My education in Architecture gave me a strong foundation for abstract representations of an idea and the iterative design process while my education in Industrial Design has given me greater understanding of what design means at a human scale. As an extension of this, my interest in Design Strategy (MFA Communications Design Pratt Institute) has also helped with my systems-thinking and design research and strategy abilities. 

My interest lies in developing objects, installations, experiences, and small scale architecture that bring new realization to our connection with the world around us. With objects and architecture, I hope to transform functionality into purposeful joy. With installations, I hope to question perceptions of nature and the everyday. With experiences I hope to enhance our connection with what it means to be human in our increasingly connected world. And with everything, I hope to bring in an element of magic to the mundane.

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