Brief Autobiography

I’m an architectural designer and candidate for the post-professional Master of Architecture in Urban Design (MAUD) degree at Harvard University Graduate School of Design.

As an undergraduate and graduate student at Wentworth Institute of Technology (2013-18), I received institutional and international recognition for studio design projects and external design competitions, respectively. In parallel with academia, I have collaborated with designers, urbanists, architects, consultants, clients, and community members since May 2014. My experience involves many hours at Sasaki, Gensler, Arrowstreet, and TMS Architects.

As a post-professional graduate student and design professional, I remain optimistic about the future and what will likely be a lifelong journey devoted to research and practice. I hope to make valuable contributions to the disciplines of architecture, urban design, and the innumerous, interrelated fields. This ambition has led me to pursue collaborative projects at Harvard University, MIT, and influential design practices helping shape the world we share.

Contact me at any time to start a conversation. If at all interested, please engage with me first on social media. Other self-published work can be found by using the buttons and social icons below. Additional information can be shared, upon request, and new ideas for collaborative work are always welcome!

Thanks for reading.

Billy, 2018.09.04

MAUD 2020 | M.Arch 2018, with distinction | BSA 2017, magna cum laude

Email: tooheyiii@gsd.harvard.edu

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Research Interests: urban sociology, race/ethnicity and class relations, violent crime, housing, equity, social mobility, and public policy.