I grew up in Frisco just outside of Dallas Texas. I completed my Bachelor of Architecture degree at the University of Texas at Austin. I feel very fortunate to have learned from an extremely well qualified group of professors and was able to work alongside great peers.
During my education, I learned a great amount, but was always eager and excited to learn more. I was able to share my passion for learning as a Design Assistant for Professor Smilja Milovanovic-Bertram by aiding first-year design students in the development and refinement of their projects. I also served as a Dean's Ambassador for the Architecture School, acting as a liaison between UTOSA and potential incoming students organizing tours and informing visitors about the program.
I was fortunate enough to participate in the Europe Study Abroad trip which took me to some great places over the course of a semester. Upon my return I was nominated for the Oglesby Traveling Fellowship. I have also had the privilege in working with on two projects that were later exhibited in the UTSOA Materials Lab: Think Concrete and Ambiguous Objects.
My time at UT Austin also provided me with a connection to Koko Architecture + Design. At Koko I spent 6 months as an Intern Architect at their office in New York. Working at Koko was a tremendous opportunity and a great learning experience.
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In my spare time, I enjoy skating -- click the picture below to view a video created by my friend Kristan Payne.