In an effort to generate some ideas for a new organization called, Friends of the Overlooked, I was able to lead a quick samoan circle exercise at the Knowlton School of Architecture in an undergraduate public participation course. The students first watched this video, and then were asked to generate ideas for three types of overlooked spaces. 1. Urban Parking Lot Continue Reading...Read More
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Lover of cities and all things in them.
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Columbus celebrated it’s 200th birthday in 2012, and the firm I am interning with was the project manager of the Bicentennial year. What does that mean exactly? They managed the entire piece.. yes, the parties, marketing pieces, events… anything you can think of. Every smile that made its way to the faces of people in Columbus and those outside during Continue Reading...Read More
I was asked to facilitate a small workshop on walkability for a local middle school biking group. Unfortunately, I was unable to physically attend, so I put together 2 quick videos and a walk audit worksheet for the girls to complete. The purpose is for them to get their creative juices flowing about what makes a place walkable, and if Continue Reading...Read More
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