I am an architect and urbanist in New York City. I work at Young Projects and am in my final year of the Masters of Architecture program at Columbia GSAPP. Previously I worked for Mark Rakatansky Studio and Moule & Polyzoides. I studied math at Colorado College and architecture at the University of Maryland School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation.
Columbia GSAPP New York
Teaching assistant for Architectural Drawing and Representation II (Professor Bryan Young) 2010
Barnard/Columbia College New York
Teaching Assistant for Architectural Representation: Abstraction (Professor Todd Rouhe) and Architectural Representation: Perception (Professor Madeline Schwartzman) 2009-2010
University of Maryland College Park, Maryland
ARCH 150 Discovering Architecture Teaching Assistant (Professor Michael Ambrose) Summer 2007
Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Math Tutor 2004 – 2005
Beyond Manhattanism – Special Mention 2010 Evolo Skyscraper Competition (with Muchan Park)
Ground Work/s IBM Innovation in Technology Award “Cities of the Future” Competition – Hosted by the History Channel 2008, Digital Media Project Leader Maryland Urban Research Studio. Exhibited in FUTURE.city.past>FORWARD at the d3 gallery, Brooklyn NY 2009
“Axis of Community Buildings, Las Vegas, New Mexico” [analytical diagram], in The Plazas of New Mexico Chris Wilson and Stefanos Polyzoides, eds., San Antonio: Trinity University Press, forthcoming.
“How To Make a Digi-Brick: Design and Fabrication of a Masonry Module: material, construction, and craft” with Michael Ambrose, Ben Callam, and Joe Kunkel, Proceedings of the 14th Conference on Computer Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia, 2009
“Dual Unfoldings of Polyhedra” with Joshua Laison and John Watkins, Congressus Numerantium, 191; 2008, 161-172 (For which I hold an Erdos Number of 3.)
“Animate Education: Early Design Education Pedagogy” with Michael Ambrose and Carl Lostritto, Proceedings of the 13th Conference on Computer Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia, ed. Walaiporn Nakapan, et al. Chiang Mai, Thailand; Pimniyom Press, March 2008