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As a designer, what I find most enjoyable and fulfilling is the process of transforming the client's vision and needs into realistic programmatic concepts. Additionally, being a NCIDQ-certified designer means that I help to ensure work processes and design solutions adhere to the latest building and life safety codes, ADA standards, and universal design principles.


As a self-proclaimed environmentalist (who dreams of driving an electric car) and LEED Green Associate, I constantly keep my eyes peeled for new ways of incorporating sustainable design and solutions into my daily work and life. In 2021, to take my LEED knowledge one step further, I enrolled in a LEED BD+C Project Management course with GBES and learnt the finer details of the LEED process, which I am eager to apply to real world projects. 


Currently, I'm on a hunt for opportunities to join architecture and design firms with environmental goals that are similarly aligned with my own. In doing so, I become part of a quietly growing movement-climate quitting. It's real, look it up! 

Work Experience

EDG Interior Architecture + Design

2022 - Apr'24

2018 - 2019

Interior Design Intern

2020 - 2022

Design Assistant

2020 Jan - May

Architectural Editor


2019 - 2020

M.A. Program in Humanities

University of Chicago

2013 - 2018

B.S. Interior Design

University of Cincinnati

2017 Jan - May

Interior Design Intern

2016 Jun- Aug

Interior Design Intern

2015 Aug - Dec

Interior Design Intern

2015 Jan - Apr

Interior Design Intern

Apr'24 - Present

Junior Designer, Intern Program Coordinator

Interior Designer, Contractor

Restoration Hardware

Rethinking the Future

Wilson Associates




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