I love problems, taking them apart, understanding what they are constituted of, and figuring out a vector through the knot that unties it. From a self-taught understanding of photography I moved to a formal architecture education and further developed my spatial thinking. During those studies I also began programming and working with Arduinos. I became interested in responsive systems for their synaesthetic potential: to take any senseable phenomena (or information!) and translate it into any other form. Although I deeply enjoy the geometric and spatial qualities of architecture, I am excited by the possibilities of reactive environments and what they entail for the occupation and use of space.
Rigorous design methodology grounded in spatial experience and narrative.
Hoping to skip OOP and move straight to functional paradigm.
Still enjoy the deductive/analytical mode of spatial inquiry photography encourages.
More than the sum of its parts.