I practice in the areas of writing, architecture, design, and art to examine the social and political forces that shape our environments. My research as a doctoral student at McGill University focuses on architecture as a historical site of encounter between Indigenous peoples and the settler-colonial state (1920-1970s). This research is supported by a SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship, McGill Engineering Doctoral Award, and a Schulich Graduate Fellowship.

My writing has appeared in The Site Magazine, Canadian Architect, C Magazine, and others, and my academic work has been published in the Journal of the Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada and Scapegoat. I was the winner of the 2015 C New Critics Competition (for a review of Shirin Neshat’s work) and received an honourable mention in the 2016 MAQ Young Critic in Architecture Competition.

As an intern architect, I have worked on a variety of institutional and residential projects. I hold a Master of Architecture, Bachelor of Architectural Studies (Honours), and Graduate Diploma in Cognitive Science from the University of Waterloo, and have studied creative writing at the University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies.