What did you want to be when you were a kid?
I wanted to be a florist and then a rock star.
What drew you to architecture?
Architecture requires well rounded knowledge and understanding of many disciplines. When I was about to start college, I was exploring my passions – psychology, philosophy, English language and literature, art, math, engineering – and after not being able to decide what I wanted to study and do in life, architecture came as a combination of all the things I was interested in.
What aspects of it give you satisfaction?
The idea of making world better place… Architecture is a team sport that can change the world, and for that to happen, there are many puzzle pieces that need to be solved and assembled. Each piece gives me the satisfaction of knowing “I am the change I want to see in the world.”