I say things the way others don't, and I blend concepts together the way others can't.
I'm interested in the ways people, buildings, and transportation come together. The communities we live in are shaped (and reshaped) by lots of individual decisions, and as a result, the different people and things in a community are constantly interacting with one another in new and surprising ways. I explore these relationships in order to make our communities stronger and more enjoyable places to live, in three ways:
I write about the ways design and planning shape our communities. My monthly column "Cityscape" appears in Washingtonian Magazine, and my work has appeared in publications including the New York Times, CityLab, and the Washington Post.