My interest in Architecture has been its plurality, its stubbornness to the inevitability of change. Bound to place, time, and events engaging and arbitrating many disciplines, and connecting and reshaping communities, cultures and environments in its act. I have always had a strong belief in the power of design and its potential to affect change. What is clear is that I’m drawn towards social practice and resolving architectural ideas through computation and materiality.
I am a recent graduate from MSc "Architectural Computation" program from UCL - Bartlett School of Architecture in London where I was concurrently working for Gilles Retsin Architecture London. I hold a bachelors in Architecture from Southern California Institute of Architecture.