WEEK 1: REGIONAL CONTEXT
WEEK 02 : URBAN DESIGN
WEEK 03 : SITE DESIGN - REMEDI-ALLEYS
WEEK 04 : OBJECT DESIGN - MYCOLOGICAL SURFACE
“In short, I never expected to be where I am today, when most of my life I had dreams of being a cartoonist. Born in Twinsburg, Ohio, I grew up with a love for art and drawing.
For my A.P. Art concentration, I drew a series
of illustrations showing how dinosaurs would destroy society if they existed today. In a last minute decision, I applied to Washington University in St. Louis and got accepted into their art program. At some point before starting, I made the switch from art to architecture, seeing that art and architecture were more interconnected than one might think. I was seeing that design was not a skill, but a tool and a way of thinking. I decided to make a leap to landscape architecture due to the scale and complexity of the field. At Harvard, I have most enjoyed learning about ecology, plants, and aquifers — things I knew very little about before. In my spare time, I still draw cartoons.”