About

Hi! I am an engineer, architect and first year doctoral student at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. My research focuses on human-building interaction, perceptions of space and the optimization of healthy and high-performance buildings. I am currently exploring the potential of AI/ML to augment design experiences and promote human health and well-being in buildings.

Previously, I worked as a researcher at the Urban Informatics Lab and with the Hybrid Physical + Digital Spaces team at Stanford University. I also practiced architectural design at DES Architects + Engineers and CAW Architects, researched and published articles as a Schneider Fellow at the U.S. Green Building Council and conducted social network analysis at Google’s Real Estate + Workplace Services (REWS) .

I earned a Master of Science in Sustainable Design and Construction and a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Design, both from Stanford University. I also completed a tutorial in healthcare design while studying abroad at Oxford.

Outside of work, I love to draw, hike, sing and meditate.