Design, a universal language; free from verbal constraints and cultural deviation.
Amplifying limited knowledge to vast locations here
on earth and the next.
"Don't paint the box." --Scott Singeisen
B.F.A Architecture 2017
Minor in Architectural History
Savannah College of Art and Design
SCAD, a leap into my future, a taste of the real world.
Assisted in shaping me into who I am and how I think.
Allowing focus on set goals; acknowledging that once intellect and resources are more valuable
My interest in Architecture began in high school when I realized that engineering was not my calling. I attended a magnet school in North Carolina that gave me the opportunity to start thinking about my future at an early age. As a sophomore, I was working on my drafting skills and how the 3D graphics world worked.
As a junior, I was learning about the principles of engineering and the design process that help engineers work around their design challenges.
On my senior year, I was introduced to civil engineering and architecture; that’s when I knew I wanted to seek this career in architecture. Architecture was that perfect balance between engineering and art. I am allowed to explore the conceptual side of design rather than the technical.