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Rhode Island School of Design

Master of Design in Interior Architecture / Adaptive Reuse (M.Des.)

Cornell University

Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture (B.S.L.A.)


Proficient in Architecture, Art, and Design, I hold a Master's degree in Interior Architecture from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) and a Bachelor's degree in Landscape Architecture from Cornell University. Following the completion of my master's degree, I gained valuable experience as a program assistant at RISD. Subsequently, I worked as a designer at WL LLC, a residential firm located in Renton, WA, for one year. For the past two years, I have been employed as an interior designer at Isgenuity LLC, where I have successfully completed numerous projects and fostered strong relationships with clients who commend my work.

My skill set encompasses Interior Design, Spatial Design, Exhibition Design, Furniture Design, Landscape Design, Autism-Friendly Design, 3D Modeling, and Graphic Design. I am proficient in Adobe Photoshop, SketchUp, AutoCAD, Enscape, V-Ray, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Revit, and Rhino.I specialize in developing interventions for existing structures at various scales, ranging from single rooms to entire buildings. Remaining updated with interior design and market trends, I exhibit problem-solving abilities in projects dealing with complex site conditions.

Specializing in ASD-friendly interior and furniture design, I understand the impact of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) on individuals' environments. My expertise is documented in my graduate thesis book, completed in 2020, which explores ASD-friendly design. The book is accessible at RISD Fleet Library, Digital Commons @ RISD, or downloadable directly from my website.

With over 11 years of experience in the design field, I have engaged in various projects, including academic pursuits such as biomass food market design and wastewater treatment facility adaptive reuse design. I have contributed to exhibition designs for the Harvard Museum of History and Providence Children’s Museum, as well as immersive experiences and exhibit designs honored by RISD INTAR during the 2019 RISD alumni weekend. My academic projects showcase my versatility as a designer, reflecting my interaction with different aspects of design. Further details about my academic works can be found on the portfolio and work samples page on my website.


During my three years as a designer in the architectural industry, I have been involved in diverse award-winning residential and healthcare projects, such as Boston Children's Hospital, Baystate Family Medicine - Greenfield, Tufts Medical Center ICU Design, and MetroWest Medical Center. My responsibilities encompass various tasks, including but not limited to: altering existing structures through interior interventions, visioning and creating mood boards, constructing 3D models using Revit and 2D plans with CAD, sketching and developing conceptual ideas and renderings, conducting material research and selection, creating virtual and physical mood boards, preparing construction documents, overseeing construction administration, and effectively communicating with clients to understand their needs and present design drawings accordingly. I consistently provide clients with design options tailored to their requests, ensuring that the final design not only meets their needs but also aligns with company standards. Recognized for my collaborative spirit, I closely collaborate with architects, artists, interior designers, and other team members, fostering productive working relationships.


2020 / Book < Envisioning Work > / Approved by INTAR Master’s Examination Committee 

2019 / Immersive Exhibit "Animal Forest" /Honored to be displayed on RISD alumni weekend

2018 / Fellowship Award  / Honored by RISD 

Skills -








3D Max

Adobe Photoshop

Adobe Illustrator

Adobe InDesign

Adobe Acrobat


Interior Design

Exhibition Design

Art Installation

Landscape Design

ASD Friendly Design

Furniture Design

Graphic Design

Office Design

Residential Design

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