My time at UC has been an experience of growth, maturity, and realisation. There are countless, indispensable moments I can recall that both shaped my skills practically, as well as moulded my future career path at this university. I enrolled in 2019 having just left my degree at ANU studying history and political science, yearning for a vocational and creative outlet. Fast forward three years and not only has my career path changed a dozen times, I have grounded my interests and professional goals moving forward.
I have always been interested in the human experience within the built environment, especially on a smaller scale. In addition to this, I’ve always had a keen interest in fine arts and curatorial theory. I hope to merge my practical knowledge from my architecture degree with this interest to work professionally as a designer in art galleries and museums. This goal has been incorporated into my last project here at UC, through The Juncture Project. This structure works and breathes with the city, moulding to the people and changing as needed through time. An experimental ‘village’ that works in modules and the flexibility of market spaces, it’s a precinct designed specifically for the progression and advancement of the arts.