My research focuses on spaces of financial work — think financial districts, office buildings, and workplace designs. I am an MPhil Candidate in the History and Theory of Architecture and Urbanism at the University of Hong Kong, writing a thesis about Hong Kong’s stock exchange architecture and working as a teaching assistant for bachelors and masters courses. As an Emerging Curator at the Canadian Center for Architecture, I am leading a curatorial project, Market Landscape: walking between financial districts and the planet.

In the past, I assisted on exhibitions at the City Gallery of Hong Kong, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Institute for Public Architecture in New York, and UC Berkeley’s Wurster Gallery. I have edited collections for The Architecture Lobby and the Aggregate Architectural History Collaborative. I hold a BA from City University of New York and an MS from University of California, Berkeley, both in architectural history.