I graduated from the University of Utah School of Architecture in 2013 with an Honors Bachelor of Science Degree in Architectural Studies. While attending school, I interned for the Salt Lake // L.A. based firm Sparano+Mooney Architecture through the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program. The office was (then) working on a competition for the redesign of the Notre Dame Cathedral in Port au Prince--Haiti's largest Roman Catholic church, partially destroyed during a catastrophic earthquake in the winter of 2010. The following summer 2013, I moved to New Haven, Connecticut to attend the Yale School of Architecture. There, I served as a Building Project Summer Intern (2014), a Yale School of Architecture Visualization Series Teaching-Fellow (2015-16), and collaborated with Joyce Hsiang & Bimal Mendis on the City of 7-Billion Exhibition, working on final production and installation. I graduated in the spring of 2016 with my Architectural Masters and currently work for the architectural design firm RIM Architects in Anchorage, Alaska.

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