At the intersection of labor, climate, and tenant organizing, I work toward a future where housing is a public utility. I have been organizing for a Just Transition with the Architecture Lobby’s Green New Deal Working Group since 2020. I am also a member of the Alternative Building Collective, which organizes practitioners in the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry towards climate action and alternative development models.

In my professional work, I perform construction administration and project management with non-profit organizations with roots in the city's community housing movement of the 1970s-1980s. Prior to this, I worked for Outside Development, an architectural research practice where I provided mapping and research assistance, to advocate for a urban form-of-life capable of breaking our dependence on fossil fuels.

Anti-Poche House
  • 2020
  • Independent Work
  • Yale School of Architecture
  • Critic: Miriam Peterson

Asked to reconsider minimums in dwelling, I ordered a house in a gradient of thermal and wet utilities. The anti-poche house redistributes the wet wall into occupiable space. Five rooms are arranged enfilade under a water collecting roof. At the porch, collection tanks double as thermal storage. Dining, a free space, is serviced to either side. Sleeping is condensed into insulated bed-boxes that vent to the exterior capturing fresh air. The water heater takes center in the bathroom—a hearth of sorts—while circulation bends around to the kitchen and then exits again.