I am an Architect and Project Manager at Renzo Piano Building Workshop Architects where current work includes the Manhattanville Campus of Columbia University. I also serve as Secretary of the Board for the Leo Katz Foundation, a not for profit organization dedicated to sharing the prolific works of artist and author Leo Katz.
I have over nine years of experience working as an architectural designer on technically complex institutional and public buildings in New York City. Recent projects include work for the New York Public Library and New York University. My personal drawings have been the subject of solo exhibitions in New York and Europe.
Current personal projects include a series of theoretical houses that draw inspiration from John Hejduk’s Masques and Jorge Luis Borges, as well as the continuation of my library research documenting the sequences of space from the outside world into reading rooms.
I graduated as Degree Marshall from the Bachelors of Architecture program at Cornell University with a Minor in Philosophy and Concentration in Architectural Theory, and I studied in the UK as a Fulbright Summer Institute Participant. Keep reading ︎︎︎