Master’s level studio and coursework completed as an undergraduate at The Catholic University of America School of Architecture and Planning.

Junior year semester abroad and intensive overseas study of French language, culture, viticulture, architecture and design, based in the working studio of celebrated French architect Dominique Perrault and in collaboration with students at Ecole Speciale d’Architecture in Paris. This included forays through the Loire valley, Bordeaux and surrounding vineyards, crossing the Spanish border into San Sebastian and on to the famed Guggenheim in Bilbao.

With additional independent trips to Brussels, Antwerp, Amsterdam, and Venice for the Biennale Architectura, our class concluded the semester with an 11 day trek throughout the former French colony and North African nation of Tunisia, including stops in Carthage, Tunis, Matmata, Kairouan, Ksar Jouama, El Jem, and Djerba.

PHOTOGRAPHY | #Travel      Tunisia – Paris  2008   /   CUArch

PROJECT | Musee du Vin at the Parc de Bercy, Paris

PROJECT | Street Car Transit Hub, Capitol Hill / H Street NE

PROJECT | Furniture Showroom, Concept

PROJECT | Baltimore Industrial Design Academy, Concept

PROJECT | Furniture for the Eucharist, Pope Benedict XVI visit to CUA campus, Washington

CASE STUDY | Ponte Vecchio