I am a Canadian student currently pursuing a joint MBA and
Masters of Architecture at Yale University.
My expertise is in the visualisation of complex ideas, and I am interested in the intersection between art, design, technology and business.
Originally born in China, I grew up in Vancouver and earned
my Bachelor of Architectural Studies at the University of Waterloo. During my undergrad,
I worked on a broad range of architectural competitions at Sauerbruch Hutton
Architects in Berlin. After graduation, I moved to New York and helped Studio V
Architecture develop and visualise Maker Park, an adaptive reuse proposal for
decommissioned oil tanks on the Williamsburg waterfront. At Yale, I developed an interest for interdisciplinary
design. In an effort to make architecture (and
architectural thinking) accessible to a wider audience, I am currently investigating
the use of video games as a medium for architectural representation.