With a Masters in Architecture, my interests extend the boundaries of a single discipline to encompass a much more holistic view of design to include how people interface and activate engagement with the world around them. Over the past couple of years I've collaborated as a designer on large scale international architecture with an emphasis in developing my skills within computational design to quickly iterate through complex facade designs, validate designs with data and automate repetitive tasks.
My experience in design computation has provided a foundation to build from and help further my interests in creating new methods for how people interface with the world and the experiences they have when interacting with their physical and digital worlds.
I approach design with passionate rigor to help realize great projects. I believe the future of design is highly collaborative, open source and focused more on investigating intuitive methods existing within us and designing the process for creating itself rather than a single final outcome. It's about working from 100 possible solutions rather than the first solution that comes to mind. I seek open ended opportunities that often starts with defining the problem before ever creating a solution and hold the possibility of achieving unexpected greatness where others might only reach for completion.
I’ve always been motivated to take action to help others achieve their potential by creating spaces and solutions that have been designed with their current needs and an understanding of the modern world we live in.