I’m interested in spaces of financial work — think financial districts, office buildings, and workplace designs. I’m an MPhil Candidate at the Faculty of Architecture, University of Hong Kong, writing a history of Hong Kong’s stock exchange architecture and leading tutorials for architecture courses. I am also an ‘Emerging Curator’ at the Canadian Centre for Architecture, where I am organizing a project about finance in Hong Kong and London.

In the past, I’ve assisted on exhibitions at the City Gallery of Hong Kong, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, College of Enviornmental Design at University of California, Berkeley, and the Insititute for Public Architecture in New York. I’ve edited collections for Architecture Lobby and Aggregate Architectural History Collaborative. I hold a BA from City University of New York and an MS from University of California, Berkeley.