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The world of architecture seems to be the by-product of multiple lines of interest across different disciplines. Having been born into a construction family, I spent most of my childhood visiting construction sites, watching homes and landscape projects come to fruition. If I wasn’t busy with sports and outdoor activities, I spent my free time drawing everything from cities, landscapes, and scenes that mixed science fiction with reality. At the same time, I spent my summers working for my father’s landscape construction firm, fully immersed in the world of construction. As a result, I became fascinated with the built environment. Through these interests, I discovered the field of architecture. A combination of science fiction, art and drawing, technology, buildings, and construction, connects everything I enjoy under one banner. Beyond my post-secondary education, I am interested in science fiction, speculative architecture, research, digital scene creation, sustainability, technology, and climate change.
I hold a Master of Architecture Degree from Carleton University, prior to a Bachelor of Architecture in Design from Carleton University. Previously, I completed the three-year Architectural Technology and Building Science Advanced Diploma during my time at Algonquin College.
Over the past two years, I’ve had the chance to work on a wide range of work from institutional, commercial, and some residential projects. While I’ve gained a significant amount of experience working on construction documents, I find the intricate detail-oriented nature of architectural work to be a remarkable contribution to my education and early career.

OAA Student Associate

CASA (Canadian Architecture Student Association) Undergraduate Rep.


Architectural Technician Algonquin College
Architectural Technologist Algonquin College

B. Arch BAS Carleton University's School of Architecture and Urbanism

M. Arch Carleton University's School of Architecture and Urbanism


2018 - 2021


2013 - 2015
2015 - 2016

2017 - 2021

2021 - 2023

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