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Master of Architecture, Sustainable Technologies (June 2015 - 2018) University of Oregon College of Design

Bachelor of Liberal Arts, Visual Art (September 2004 - June 2008) Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA


Architect, Rowell Brokaw Architects in Eugene, OR (April 2022 – Present)
Designer, Rowell Brokaw Architects in Eugene, OR (September 2018 – April 2022)

Design Assistant, FLOAT architectural research and design, llc (June 2017 – April 2018)

Graduate Research Fellow + Lab Assistant, U.O. Energy Studies in Buildings Lab (Dec 2015 - April 2018)

Junior Designer, Goring & Straja Architects in Berkeley, CA (June 2014 - June 2015)
Co-founder, Oxtail Studio & Gallery in Berkeley, CA (February 2013 - present)
Commercial Property Manager, Adeline Property in Berkeley, CA (Spring 2009 - June 2015)

Textile Restoration Specialist, Claremont Rug Company in Oakland, CA (June 2011 - June 2014)
Substitute Teacher, Berkeley Unified School District (September 2009 - June 2011)

Graphic Designer, freelance (June 2008 - present)


  • Participant, Workshop for "Designing Place-Based Renewable Energy Infrastructure: Exploring Opportunities and Challenges for the Pacific Northwest Region" (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and University of Oregon, January 2023)

  • Classroom Assistant, "Project Pipeline" summer camp (National Organization of Minority Architects, Portland, August 2022)

  • Visiting Teacher, Architects in Schools (Architecture Foundation of Oregon, Spring 2019; Spring 2021)

  • Graphic Designer (various designs), apparel sales to support fundraising for forest stewardship initiatives in areas burned by the 2013 Rim Fire (Friends of Berkeley Tuolumne Camp, 2018-2022)

  • Participant, Workshop for developing the "The Arts, Media, Design, and Architecture" section of the United Nations Initiative on Harmony with Nature (Prof. Erin Moore, Department of Architecture, University of Oregon, June 2016)

  • Graphic Designer (various projects), Mahea Uchiyama Center for Int’l Dance, Berkeley (2000-2014)

  • Facilitator/Painter, kitchen and bakery murals (Berkeley Tuolumne Camp, 2008; 2010)

  • Children’s Dance Instructor, Mahea Uchiyama Center for Int’l Dance in Berkeley (2003-2004; 2011)


  • Dynamic Passive Heating and Cooling in the Adaptive Reuse of a San Francisco Bay Area Office Building (Rempel, Lim) published/presented at 2018 IBPC

  • TaskShade Prototype Development & Field Testing on UO Campus (Gilbert, Lappin, Lim (presenting), Swanson, Van Den Wymelenberg) published/presented at 2017 IES Conference


  • Donna V. Sundberg Scholarship in Architecture, Fall 2017

  • Graduate Research Fellowship, Winter 2015 - Spring 2017

  • Architecture Department General Scholarship, Fall 2015 - Spring 2018


  • Winter Group Show, Oxtail Studio & Gallery (2013; 2014)

  • Solo Exhibition: Who Knows What, Oxtail Studio & Gallery (October 2013)


  • Paris, France (2014; 2017 Dhillon Marty Foundation State of the Community Event, UNESCO)

  • O'ahu, Kaua’i, Hawai'i (2009; 2014; and 2018 Ka 'Aha O Hālauaola World Hula Conferences)

  • Rome, Italy & Vienna, Austria (2012)

  • Slovenia (1995; 1998; 2012)

  • Oaxaca, Mexico (2003)

  • Tahiti (2002 Ori Tahiti dance exchange)


  • Strong hand drawing, sketching, diagramming, and rendering skills

  • Strong writing and copy editing skills

  • Fluent in Revit, Enscape, Lumion, Sketchup, and proficient in AutoCAD

  • Fluent in Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, and Microsoft Office Suite

  • Proficient in Final Cut Pro, GarageBand, Audacity



  • Native plant landscape design and installation, Portland, OR residence (2022)

  • Custom shed design and build, Portland, OR residence (2022)

  • Installation Fabrication Assistant, OUR: Collective Future Project, with Erin Moore/Kathleen Dean Moore for Dhillon Marty Foundation State of the Community event (2017)

  • Audio/Video editor, Katrina in Two Worlds (2010)

  • Drought-tolerant landscape design and installation, Berkeley, CA commercial property (2009)

  • Art Director/Animator, The Li'l Series, Take 5 (2009)

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