My focus is on civic and cultural projects for the public good, practicing design that empowers diverse audiences to explore vital stories, create and activate meaningful spaces, and enrich community life. I combine my expertise and enthusiasm with a deep appreciation for the importance of inclusion, working collaboratively, and developing project- and site-specific solutions. I bring energy, humor, and humility to every project and strive to make the planning and design process fun and engaging to all. I am driven by my love of people and public spaces, my desire to drive change through research, design, and advocacy, and the urgent need to address climate change. I currently live in Brooklyn with one fiancé, two cats, and 97 plants.
My work spans multiple design disciplines and scales and has been featured in the New York Times, Architectural Record, CityLab, Dwell, the Architect's Newspaper, the LA Times, and Slate.
I live in Brooklyn, NY and am working as a designer at SKOLNICK Architecture + Design Partnership. I work with both the firm's architecture and exhibit teams and am also a member of the DEI planning committee. Current projects include museums, libraries, schools, and other cultural and civic projects. I'm also the creative director of Botany Box, a mentor for architecture students at Penn State, and working with the Design Advocates.
Number of Plants: 97
Number of Cats: 2
Number of 30 Rock Rewatches: 12
Columbia University, Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, London Children’s Museum, New York University, The Barnes Foundation, The Brooklyn Historical Society, The Children's Museum of Virginia, The Library of Congress, The Long Island Science Center, The Metropolitan Transportation Authority, The Museum of the City of New York, The National Building Museum, The New York Public Library, the Rye Free Reading Room, and the Staten Island Museum.