I am an Assistant Professor of Architecture at the University of Hawaii. I primarily teach beginning design, fabrication and a range of technology-exploring courses. In 2012-13 I resided in Shanghai as the faculty resident director of the UH Global Track dual degree program.

I'm an architect and aviator. No one says aviator anymore. I fly planes. I have lived and worked across the lower 48, Hawaii and most recently China, but Alaska is my home. I graduated from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design after studying assorted bits of architecture. In addition to teaching and flying, I enjoy designing, building, and learning how things work. 

This site was originally a blog intended to store miscellaneous flying photos, developed into an irregularly updated watchtower from which my grandfather could be tabs on me, and is now what you see.


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