Designer, entrepreneur, musician, and former Division-1 football athlete.
Columbia University '16
Columbia College|Bachelor of Arts in Architecture
University of Southern California '19
USC School of Architecture | Masters of Architecture
Sol Price School of Public Policy | Certificate of Real Estate Development
A native of the Philadelphia area, a seasoned New Yorker, and now a settled Angeleno, I have always had a great affinity for diverse urban city environments. As an architectural designer, I believe that the harmony of human interactions with architecture creates a music that can never be replicated but only enhanced with thoughtful and intentional community-driven designs. Designs, not just as the creation of buildings, but also through the creation of economic and professional community development. I strive to promote this idea as a leader on the board of the Southern California chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA), a speaker at K-12 schools, universities, community events, and conferences on the topics of Architecture and Community Impact Entrepreneurship, and as a serial Community Entrepreneur myself. Prior to completing my Masters of Architecture with a Real Estate Development certificate at the University of Southern California, I spent my undergraduate years shuffling between the architecture studios of Columbia University as a student, the football field of the school's Division 1 FCS program as an athlete, and the culturally rich urban communities of New York City as a resident. Now, you can find my passionately working behind the scenes of both affordable and market-rate housing projects throughout LA at KFA Architecture, hitting the bags in the boxing gym, grabbing boards on local basketball courts, jamming on the electric bass/singing at his church, and coaching others on how to leverage their talents to help the communities they live in.