My journey with art and architecture started way before I knew what it meant. As a child I would set up my toys according to color and decorate my room with them, creating an “experience” for my friends who would join me later. This grew with me as I started sketching random designs for what I envisioned my dream house to be like and marked my interest in sketching while I slowly started making portraits, designing spaces was always on my mind. I, to this day, enter spaces and automatically just think of how I could make it better for a human experience. Of course, an education in architecture has helped me with it, but designing with empathy is what I believe in and always try to work with.