I am an artist, designer, dancer, and musician.
As a MArch student at the University of Washington I focus on innovative and sustainable solutions to develop ecologically and culturally sound designs. Amid the mountainous, heavily forested, and tropical landscape of my home country, Guatemala, I became a passionate research professional with a demonstrated interest in biomimetic and parametric principles, thus the implementation of strategies that augment the relationship between the built and natural environment is omnipresent in my practice.
I am skilled in 3D modeling and 2D computer software, physical model making and metalwork, drafting and drawing, and sustainable principles. I am knowledgeable in the arts, language, and music teaching techniques for K-5 to college students.
As an artist, I explore different mediums such as pencil, ink, charcoal, metal sculpture, and bronze casting.