I'm co-founder and partner at Patchwork Collective and contribute to Syracuse University's Accelerated Venture Board sponsored by the Kaufmann Foundation's e-nitiative grant.
My wizard-like design vision has significantly contributed to a variety of architectural projects that range from residential to urban scales, such as the redevelopment of Boston’s Rose Kennedy Greenway while at Maryann Thompson Architects, FAIA. I've also worked with a non-profit, building shelters for destitute families in Juarez, Mexico.
My time at Syracuse University was spent developing multidisciplinary skills through practice and research methodologies and work addressing the reintegration of water and social networks and infrastructures and architecture’s role in community resiliency and empowerment within informal settlements along the US-Mexico border. (all the while developing my start-up company Patchwork Collective)
In my down time, I enjoy everything outdoors, brewing beer, and getting a moment of solitude with a pen and paper.