Week 1 - More Than a Storm Water Channel
Week 2 - The Landscape Project Part I
Week 3 - The Landscape Project Part II
Week 4 - Topo-Infrastructure for Health
From my earliest days as an arroyo-wanderer and ephemeral-fortbuilder, I have long been fascinated by the intricate relationships between the biophysical and the cultural, the ‘natural’ and the designed. Trained in international development and foreign
languages, I taught fledgling scholars, interpreted, and worked on public policy reform in the southwest and abroad before starting my studies as an MLA student. My gravitation is towards a more spatially-rooted set of inquiries related to the design of distributive infrastructure. Landscape architecture serves as the synthetic medium through which I continue to explore questions of interconnectedness, access, and change, with a particular interest in the multiscalar interactions of the urban realm.
Beyond school, I dabble in disco, plot treks to distant lands, and continue to trace waterways, searching for latent histories and envisioning improved futures.