I am a recent M. Arch. graduate with distinction from the University of Dundee, Scotland, with a keen passion for architecture and design. In June 2017 I received my Bachelors of Arts in Architecture with Distinction. In May 2019 I received a first class for my Honours of Arts in Architecture. My interest and commitment in the field has led me to being officially awarded for my work in several occasions along with it being showcased in multiple exhibitions within the UK. Throughout the years I have had the opportunity to work in different practices in various countries, from which I was able to gain an understanding of how culture and place can influence the architecture and design work. Having worked in small and larger offices has given me the chance to experience different roles and responsibilities from each setting.

I approach each project with the same drive to develop an understanding of the place and context of the site along with an in-depth analysis of the brief and its key elements. I also value being able to understand the immediate needs of the users and how design will impact the surrounding context. I firmly believe that architecture can greatly improve and enrich people lives, something I experienced first hand while volunteering at the development of an orphanage in Nepal. My love for travelling has given me a broader understanding of the architect’s role around the world and how we have the power to help and improve the lives of others through good design and innovation.




I am a recent M. Arch. graduate from the University of Dundee, Scotland, with a keen passion for architecture and design. In June 2017 I received my Bachelors of Arts in Architecture with Distinction. In May 2019 I received a first class for my Honours of Arts in Architecture.

My interest and commitment in the field has led me to being officially awarded for my work in several occasions along with it being showcased in multiple exhibitions within the UK. Throughout the years I have had the opportunity to work in different practices in various countries, from which I was able to gain an understanding of how culture and place can influence the architecture and design work. Having worked in small and larger offices has given me the chance to experience different roles and responsibilities from each setting.

I approach each project with the same drive to develop an understanding of the place and context of the site along with an in-depth analysis of the brief and its key elements. I also value being able to understand the immediate needs of the users and how design will impact the surrounding context. I firmly believe that architecture can greatly improve and enrich people lives, something I experienced first hand while volunteering at the development of an orphanage in Nepal.

My love for travelling has given me a broader understanding of the architect’s role around the world and how we have the power to help and improve the lives of others through good design and innovation.