I find your work really inspiring, especially the architecture and abstract stuff that you've done with cities and buildings! :) I wanted to ask, what did you study in University to get where you are now? Thanks in advance.
i studied architecture at cornell university. its a fairly conceptual-based program and for myself, i was always probably a little more fascinated in how architecture is presented and articulated visually than real-world design issues. i was also very much into drawing architecture and figuring out how to use computers in interesting ways. after school i worked for a small boutique design firm that created “virtual” sets [lofts, buildings] for magazine and ad campaigns [think flynns container house in tron legacy]. and after that i started freelancing until i started my own arch practice with 3 friends. hope that answers your question.