Having lived, worked, and engaged with communities on 5 continents I have a love for different cultures and styles and a passion for global architecture. My passion for architecture is deeply rooted in my motto of “love and betterment”; creating with attention to detail, kindness in my heart, and the goal of improving the existing environment that surrounds us, from the smallest scale to the largest scale. Mostly I enjoy working on projects of public infrastructure or projects that aim to facilitate the growth communities while making sure that environmental and economic strategies are at the forefront of consideration. I have recently finished my Masters of Architecture degree at University of Toronto and am currently designing/building a vocational training college in the Ituri Province of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Previously I have worked on various projects with Peter Rich Architects in Johannesburg, South Africa, mainly the Leap School for Diepsloot and the Voices of Women Museum in Botha Hill. In Shobak Jordan I worked with the Royal Society of Conservation of Nature to design a spa and eco-lodge. I worked with the International Peace and Cooperation Centre in Jerusalem, Israel to design a mixed use neighbourhood. In Toronto, Canada I worked for B+H Architects from schematic design to tender on the Engineering Facility for Windsor University.