LA Forum event co-coordinator (with Patricia Bacalao, Jennifer Bonner, Victoria Camblin, Wendy Gilmartin, and Roberto Sheinberg) Event photography by Monica Nouwens *** “We offer LA as a case study in the designed domestic and urban environments that should give us clues about America at large. The cleansing effects and the nourishing and communal aspects of […]
Exhibition Coordinator Julius Shulman (October 10, 1910 – July 15, 2009) The Kaufmann House. Palm Springs, CA. June 2003 *** The 2017 Julius Shulman Institute Excellence in Photography winner, Todd Eberle, brings the human into the architectural image. He insists that a portrait of the built environment is a portrait of its authors and vice […]
View Original Art Papers, Special Architecture and Design Issue, Spring 2017 The emblematic work of “Doug Aitken: Electric Earth,” the comprehensive survey of the LA native’s films, sculptures, prints, and multimedia productions curated by MOCA director Philippe Vergne, is a pool. Excavated from the concrete and dirt foundation of the rear northeast corner of the […]
View Original Architecture for Sale, Spring 2017 Nestled beneath ancient oaks, the low, white ranch house with the cement tile roof does not broadcast its architectural import. Yet this unpretentious residence, set well back from the road in a guard-gated community on the edge of the San Fernando Valley is an essential key to the […]
Talking LA streets with Johanna Blakley, Bill Ferehawk and David Hartwell, Naomi Iwasaki, David Ulin, and Andrew Wilcox for LA Forum’s 2016 summer exhibition, “Median.”
Reports on, reviews of, and conversations about “Reporting from the Front,” the 2016 Biennale di Architettura di Venezia.
Conversations about (Italian) things with Ilaria Mazzoleni.
A review of Design Matters gallery’s “Xenotypes” exhibition.
A review of Studio Pali Fekete Architect’s Caverhill House.
An exhibition of Wayne Thom’s architectural photographs, co-curated with Nicholas Olsberg.
A review of Barbara Bestor’s Blackbirds housing development.
Short stories of wallpaper.
A review of Pierre Koenig’s renovated Henbest House.
Digital fabrication and wood and metal shop facility design and operations.
A study in facilitating individual ideation and structuring architectural research.
A counter to ghosts (minds without bodies) and zombies (bodies without minds).
Thoughts towards rethinking architecture and design education.
Curriculum development for the professional and post-professional graduate programs at Woodbury School of Architecture.
Woodbury School of Architecture’s advanced design software and technology workshops.
Info-graphic design and research for Kyong Park’s exhibition at the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León (MUSAC).
The Political Equator I and II exhibition and event coordination and design for estudio Teddy Cruz.
Info-graphic design and research for estudio Teddy Cruz contribution to the 3rd International Architecture Biennale Rotterdam.
What is architecture in a world turned upside down? Master of Architecture thesis at Rice University.