A New York-based spatial, graphic, and editorial designer. Aspiring architect, avid violin player, fashion fanatic, relentless organizer.
CURRENTLY wrapping up a Master of Architecture thesis on spatial camouflage as a way to improve reproductive health access; co-producing a new, online platform for architecture and urbanism organized in “feeds” rather than “issues;” working as a Graduate Student Instructor for Architecture Professional Practice to continue speculating future of our design professions.
RECENTLY published a piece about the Gandhian urban legacy in Ahmedabad, India; co-conspired an anti-racist campaign at Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning; watched all the Marvel movies in release order; worked at a community design center to rethink how we communicate design ideas with the public.
PREVIOUSLY had a conversation with Amanda Williams about Flamin’ Hot Cheetos and codified landscapes; helped curate a traveling exhibition that tells the largely unknown history of architects and designers working to further the causes of the civil rights, women’s, and LGBTQ movements; worked as an assistant in Paris Fashion Week while living in France for a half year.