SUNY  Buffalo

My decision to pursue architecture after high school came from the synthesis of my strengths in math and art.  In addition, my father's background in construction was another factor that led me to believe that architecture would be a good suit. After considering my acceptance to NYIT and Maritime, I decided to enroll in SUNY Buffalo's undergraduate program in 2005. The lessons learned there would lead me to roughly surmise that the theory of contemporary architecture is, to the order of but not restricted to, the multifaceted development of a spatial chemistry enacted through a design criteria that is based upon an example of a factual reality in order to invoke a connection to the architecture. so to speak. Outside of architecture studio this type of mindset would have me exploring and examining the Buffalo NY area in ways i had not anticipated. The city of Buffalo and the greater Niagara area had grown on me amidst my time spent there, and the experience moulded friendships that remain to this day.

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