Welcome to my online portfolio!
I began learning about the design of space at an early age during my childhood in New York City. Many of my memories can be stitched to together to show the connections that I was making in my urban environment, whether it was through walking on the varied routes to my elementary school or experiencing the unique, symbiotic relationships in my own building, which houses a dance company, two theaters, a painter, and a retail store.
Before college, I began cultivating my analog representation skills (sketching, painting) at Hunter College High School and summer programs at Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute and Rhode Island School of Design. Other hobbies included creative writing, reading Science Fiction, and the practice of Tae Kwon Do over a period of eleven years. Please refer to the Representation page for examples of my early analog work.
I have displayed the steps of each individual project to clarify my iterative process, which I believe is my most valued skill engendered through my studies at Drexel.
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions/opportunities.