Here are some snapshots of things I have done outside of design to keep me creative!
Architecture always has a place in my heart. My undergrad is in Environmental Design which encompasses the school of thinking within architecture, landscape, and urban design.
If you are interested to learn more about my thoughts and work related to architecture, you download my archived portfolio here.
Architecture to me extends far beyond the creation of a building. It brings environmental and social implications, if done correctly, can bring architects to the forefront of positive change. To me, the product of architecture is as important as how people experience space. My work seeks to explore and combine the physical with the experiential to bring positive changes to people’s lives. My interest in architecture is rooted in the creation of environments that produce profound influences in our lives, as a means to help us imagine a better future. My collection of design projects takes a human-centered approach that seeks to identify new ways to live and socially interact that imply alternatives to our current conditions. Through the process of reimagining the way we live, work, socialize, architecture becomes a medium to which we convey these euphemisms and ideas that will inspire others to live better.
My background in both physical and digital design inspired me to explore ways for creative interaction beyond the screen. I enjoy playing with Arduino, sensors, code in P5js, and explore new technologies that enable delightful and innovative interactive experiences.
I used BareConductive to create an installation that made use of a 16 foot hallway wall and transformed it into a large MIDI player and interactive art piece. This piece was featured on the BareConductive Website.