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Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, 1996.

Princeton University, School of Architecture, Princeton, New Jersey,


Editorial, translation, research, and various administrative work, ANY (Architecture New York) Magazine and the anyone and Writing Architecture series, 1996-7.

Editorial assistant, Visionare Publications, 1998.

Writer, consultant, Rafael Vi–oly monograph project, 1999-2000

Research assistant, book and article projects, with Beatriz Colomina, Summer 1999 and 2000.

Assistant in Instruction, Princeton School of Architecture, 1999-2000.

Freelance Writing, current

Design work & Consulting


At Princeton I organized the Spring, 2001 Lecture series, BUILT, in which invitees such as curator Donald Albrecht, publisher Kevin Lippert, architect Michael Manfredi, and others spoke about the processes and developments behind materializing projects, rather than about their final products.

While at Brown I worked as Managing Editor of the Brown Daily Herald, the daily campus newspaper, and Editor in Chief of Good Clean Fun, a weekly of arts and ideas, as well as reportorial and columnist writing and graphic design work. I also art-directed a redesign of the paper for digital design and distribution, and edited two books, one on the 25th anniversary of Brown’s New Curriculum, another a "day in the life" photo book.

I worked as a new media researcher at the Media Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and interned at the Capitol Hill office of Senator Edward M. Kennedy, writing constituent correspondence, issue reports, and preliminary speechwriting, as well as issue research.

Conversational and written Spanish; US and EU citizenships.