I received my Bachelor of Science in Architecture in May 2013 and my Master of Architecture in May 2015 from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee. I recently completed my Master's thesis on the topic of the architecture of the event. Specifically, I focused on Milwaukee events and the ability to reinvent these through architecture with the goal of creating new but familiar experiences for the people of Milwaukee.
During the summer of 2013, I was given the opportunity to take a month long historic preservation study abroad trip to Japan. This was something I have always been interested in doing as I am fascinated by traditional Japanese architecture, and more recently Japanese contemporary architects such as SANAA, Kengo Kuma, and Sou Fujimoto.
I currently work part-time at In.studio Architecture, and in my spare time I compete in architecture competitions. I recently finished my 7th with an Honorable Mention and publication.
My goal is to produce contemporary designs which not only better the world in which they are built, but promote a better understanding of architecture as a whole.