adrenaline seeker, swimmer, snowboarder, escaperoom champion, traveler, music fan, art lover, food enjoyer, beach bum
I grew up in Lawrenceville, GA. As a child, some of my favorite activities were swimming, building Lego sets, and playing Super Mario Brothers. Ever since I opened my first Lego set, I’ve known that I love the construction field. When I took an engineering class at Mill Creek High School, it further supported my thoughts. While in high school, I interned for four years at Lawrence Design Group and learned the ropes of computer-aided design.
I attended Mississippi State University to pursue a bachelor’s degree in architecture. During this time, I visited so many incredible places, including Dublin, Rome, Venice, and Tokyo! My time traveling not only changed the way I view design now, but it has also inspired me to learn other languages. While in college, I worked as an intern at Seay Seay & Litchfield Architects in Montgomery, AL, where I learned building information modeling and started my path towards architectural licensure.
After graduation, I decided to return to my roots in Atlanta. My love for architecture inspires me to learn more about sustainable design, new urbanism, and revitalization. These days (when I’m not studying for the ARE), you can catch me traveling, at the lake, or running a marathon.