Which project with Mark Odom Studioare you most proud of?
I loved working on the Marfa Walls competition. It was an interesting exercise in the struggle to provide affordable housing in West Texas.
Indoor and outdoor gardening, and trying out as many new restaurants/bars as I can stomach!
Where in the world would you like to visit most?
A floating market in Thailand.
How do you take your coffee or caffeine?
Mostly green tea for me, but when I allow myself coffee, it’s black and usually from a gas station.
What is your favorite thing about working for Mark Odom Studio?
The collaborative environment is what makes architecture worth doing. It’s great having a team of people to bounce ideas of off and who you know will challenge you to keep making better work.
Can you list one space or structure that inspired you when you were little?
The Menil Collection in Houston. I’d visited as a kid but it was when I went back, after starting architecture school, that I started to pick up on the beautifully executed details and excellent lighting. It was where I first realized what architecture could be for me.
What is one thing most people don’t know about you?