Marin City, California
Tamalpias High School | Class of 2015
College of Marin, Kenfield, California | Class of 2018
Associate of Science, Architecture
University of California, Davis
Bachelor of Science - Sustainable Environmental Design | 2018-2020
University of California, Berkeley candidate for Masters of Architecture | 2021 - Present
My interest in sustainability and design began as a young adult. My grandfather - an Architect in Sausalito, CA - inspired me to think critically and inventively about the function and design of the structures where we spend our lives. I wanted to create spaces that were equally functional and alluring. I developed an interest in photography towards the end of my high school and beginning of my college career as a way to enhance my visual design skills.
September of 2018 I transferred to the University of California, Davis, entering as a Sustainable Environmental Design student eager to understand the sustainable implications of design and architecture. Within my studies, I have continued to use and further refine my digital media and design skills, utilizing softwares like SketchUp, AutoCAD, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, Revit, and Rhino to both physically and graphically present my work.
In 2020 I worked as a Sustainable Architectural Designer, designing everything from Feminist Healing Gardens for Research Institutes to Accessible Seating for the Manetti Shrem Museum.
As of January 2021 I began working toward my Masters of Architecture degree at the University of California, Berkeley.