I am an architect, researcher, and educator interested in the relationship between space and power. As the 2017-2018 Willard A. Oberdick Fellow at the Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, my work considers the ideological construct of the single family home. I received a Master of Architecture from Yale University where I won the Sonia Albert Schimberg Prize and the Charles Gwathmey Scholarship. I received a BS in Architecture from the Georgia Institute of Technology, graduating as Presidential Scholar and a founding member of the Shape Computation Laboratory. I was also a recipient of the Presidential Undergraduate Research Award for my work on informal housing typologies. Professionally, I have practiced at Thomas Phifer and Partners where I was the project designer for the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw. Previously, I worked at Log, Journal for Architecture and on the forthcoming book Alberti Analogous. I am a licensed architect in New York.