A New York based designer, I understand myself primarily by my fascination for the way things and spaces fit together. I am always eager to explore how these spatial and physical relationships affect the way we use and experience the built environment, small and large. A childhood colored by curiosity with structures and cities, played out in building with Lego and doodling on floorplans, led me to study architecture at Washington University in St. Louis. Subsequently I've gone on to work in architecture, systems furniture and interior design.

I enjoy studying architectural and urbanist theory, such as Metabolism and Situationalism, which has led me to see emergent organic environments where new and old, vernacular and designed creations meet. I seek to document and explore these conditions through photography and illustration. I also love to conceive and craft small objects and furnishings, especially to address small problems in my day to day life.