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My teaching philosophy can be summarized by a few primary objectives: finding the balance between professionalization and unrestrained creative exploration; introducing collaboration as a means of adding new perspective, defining a narrative for the creative process and project conceptualization; solving design problems in new and unexpected environments; and discovering new technology and ways to improve both the design process and the classroom experience.
Designing and executing Perkins + Will's first building information modeling interior design project for McKinsey & Company.
Published in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Oct. 11, 2007, for renovation work on historic bungalow in Atlanta's Candler Park neighborhood; appeared as a designer on the nationally syndicated show "Divine Restoration" for renovation design of a Savannah, Georgia, church; awarded Best Set Design for "Snap, Happy!" in the 2002 New York International Fringe Festival
Interior Design Educators Council, International Interior Design Association
"Augmented Reality: Implications and Opportunities for Interior Design," Interior Design Educators Council Annual Conference, 2011, Denver, Colorado
Interior designer, Perkins + Will, Atlanta, Georgia; scenic artist, Yale School of Drama and Yale Reparatory Theatre, New Haven, Connecticut; technical design and production contributor, Big Art Group, New York, New York