Based in Philadelphia, I work as an architect, artist and educator. My work as an artist is focused on drawing and sculpture, creating unique work that is concerned with shape, geometry and light. I explore relationships that conflate figural and spatial qualities, oscillating between the realms of experience, perception and memory. Educated as an architect, I hold a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Temple University’s Tyler School of Art and a Master of Architecture from University of Pennsylvania. I practice architecture as a principal with Wallace Roberts & Todd and hold a position as Adjunct Assistant Professor at Drexel University in the Westphal College of Media Arts & Design.