I am an interior architecture student at the University of Oregon. I have known since 8th grade that I wanted to pursue a degree in interior architecture and have not looked back since. The career day in 8th grade was a very important event that changed my mind on what I wanted to do with my life after high school. The creativity and many different design opportunities really pulled me in to my final decision to follow the path of interior architecture.
Currently I am in my final year of school and I will receive a bachelors of interior architecture (b.iarc) after completing my degree in June 2016. My final comprehensive project is an interim housing complex for children in foster care with a focus on keeping sibling groups together. See more...
I consider myself a generalist at this point in time with a wide variety of interests. I am hardworking, organized, detail orientated, self-motivated, responsible and a quick learner. I am self-taught and proficient in InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, AutoCAD, Revit, and Microsoft Office.
I have a desire to travel and learn more about the world. I think being exposed to many different cultures and types of design help people grow as individuals and designers. I want to explore the world and see different design philosophies in practice. Currently my greatest adventure traveling is repelling down a castle in Assissi, Italy.