I graduated from the SAHC Masters Course in 2018 and also have a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Clemson University, USA.
After SAHC, I have worked as a structural engineer and am currently the Silman Fellow at the US National Trust for Historic Preservation, where I work on projects across the 28 historic sites managed by the Trust.
Through SAHC I was able to merge my interests in engineering, architecture, and preservation. I use aspects of my SAHC education every day, whether it be conditions assessments, evaluating the existing capacity, or researching a structure’s history.
SAHC also gave me a mentality to bring to my work – the importance of understanding and appreciating a structure’s past and ensuring that future designs are respectful and compatible.