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TN Registered Architect

Lives & works in Nashville, TN




  • Master of Architecture, 2012

       Parsons The New School for Design

       New York, NY


  • Bachelor of Environmental Design, 2003

       Texas A&M University

       College Station, TX




  • Registered Architect, Remick Architecture, July 2021 - current

  • Independent/Freelance Architectural Work, Oct. 2019 – ongoing

mixed-use, small commercial, and residential projects, independent projects and project -based partnership with polifilo


  • Associate Project Manager: Focus on pre-design/programming, feasibility studies for Metro Nashville General Services

       GHP (Gobbell Hays Partners), Nashville, TN, Oct. 2016 – Aug. 2018


  • Registered Architect: drawing production and code analysis for mixed-use and multi-family residential projects

       Smith Gee Studio, Nashville, TN, Oct. 2015 – Oct. 2016  


  • Construction Project Manager: project coordination/communication, reviewing, scheduling, ordering, tracking, documenting

       Think Construction, NYC, July 2013 – Mar 2015                     


  • Architectural Designer in NYC (Nov. 2004 - Oct. 2015) at the following firms:                        

    • Neuhaus Design Architecture

    • Freyer Collaborative Architects

    • Amie Gross Architects

    • Holzman Moss Architecture


  • Content Curator, Nashville Design Week 2019-current

  • Event Co-host and Panel Talk Facilitator for “Why the Sidewalk Ends”

       Nashville Design Week, 2020

This event was held virtually and co-hosted with Nora Yoo. We brought together panelists from a diversity of informed perspectives to discuss the issues surrounding sidewalks (or lack thereof) in Nashville neighborhoods 


  • Event Co-host and Panel Talk Facilitator for “Talk About Inclusion”

       Nashville Design Week, 2019

This event was held at Belmont University. We organized and facilitated a discussion between designers and occupational therapists around the need for built environments (and their planning) to be inclusive of people with varying abilities 


  • Urban Land Institute Nashville Chapter Member: participant in Next Coffee Club, WLI Coffee Connect, Nov 2020 – current

  • American Institute of Architects Middle Tennessee

       Women In Architecture Committee, 2019-2020

  • 100 Black Men of Middle Tennessee – worked with high school student group interested in architecture + engineering

       Belmont University, Summer 2019​


  • Design + drawings for post-Hurricane Sandy reconstruction of Coney Island’s iconic Steeplechase Pier  LTL Architects, NYC, Spring 2013


  • Design + construction of outdoor / open-air pool-side pavilions at Highbridge Rec Center in Manhattan

       Parsons Design Workshop, 2011-2012

My role on this project involved planning and fundraising, meetings and presentations with NYC Parks and the local Community Board 12 as well as the Department of Buildings and the Landmarks Preservation Commission, and assisting with construction/management. 


  • Engage Program for NYC High Schools, Institute for Urban Education Eugene Lang College, The New School University

       Instructor and Teaching Assistant, Summer 2010    


  • Carroll Gardens Neighborhood Women, Volunteer GED tutor for adults with ESL and learning disabilities 

       Brooklyn, NY,  Summer 2006



  • O’More College of Architecture, Art & Design at Belmont University

       Assistant Professor, Architecture, Fall 2019 – Spring 2020             

Courses taught: 2nd and 3rd Year Undergraduate Interior Design Studios, Technology II

  • Lecturer, Interior Design, Fall 2018 – Spring 2019    

Courses taught: Undergraduate Interior Design Studios, Interior Technology II


  • O’More College of Design, Franklin, TN.

       Adjunct Instructor, Interior Design, Fall 2017 – Spring 2018

Courses taught: 3rd and 4th Year Undergraduate Interior Design Studios


  • Pratt Institute, School of Art & Design, Brooklyn, NY

       Adjunct Instructor, Interior Design, Fall 2006 – Spring 2009                

       Courses taught: Architectural Drawing I and II

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