Article Feature - La Voz Del Paseo Boricua
An image highlighting the efforts of the 2018 iitdesignbuild studio was featured in the August 2018 issue of La Roz del Paseo Boricua, a publication of the Puerto Rican Cultural Center.
Lead Instructor - Experiment in Architecture
Experiment in Architecture is a two-week studio intensive designed to introduce high school students to the profession of architecture.
Collab with Collage Artist, Colleen McCulla
Designed and produced wooden print holders to display Collage Artist, Colleen McCulla's sassy collaged creations.
Cover + Article Feature - Chicago Architect Magazine
Chicago Architect, the primary outreach tool of AIA Chicago, is published six times a year as an authoritative resource for architects, the larger design community and the public about architecture and related issues of interest to Chicago architects. The magazine communicates industry trends, the value of high-quality design and the role of AIA Chicago and its members in the world of architecture
Honor Award - AIA Chicago Small project Awards 2018
In summer 2016, a group of students from the College of Architecture at the Illinois Institute of Technology, led by Professor Frank Flury, built a modest community center in the remote town of Antihuala, Chile. Commemorating a significant event in the community’s history, the pavilion is a first step in mediating what has been a strained relationship between the corporation which owns and logs the property and the community that the recreational property serves.
Received a Master’s Degree in Architecture from the Illinois Institute of Technology. (Graduated Cum Laude)
Cover Feature - Free Association Magazine
Free Association Magazine (Free Ass. Mag.) is a Seattle-based, independently-published, biannual anti-architecture/architecture magazine whose content is driven by the desire to create deeper dialogue and engagement between those who design our cities and those who live in our cities. Free Ass. Mag. is a reaction to the insular nature of the architecture community and driven by a frustration with a too often top-down design approach.
The goal for the publication is to collect work from around the world that is inspired by sufficiently-broad yet thoughtfully-controversial themes in architecture in an attempt to unpack wide ranging perceptions from people with little-to-no architectural training. The vision is to foster a meaningful conversation amongst thinkers in order to create better buildings, better cities, and ultimately better communities, targeting a dysfunctional industry in a dysfunctional world.