URBANIST. EXPLORER. STRATEGIST. LOGISTICS + MOBILITY. BASED IN BERLIN. Keen interest in using mobility as a lens to examine the way both cities and regions look, feel and function. Investigates the transformational role mobility will have on the future of cities and settlement patterns. Energized by the intersection of design, strategy and technology, and in particular, airports; as microcosms of the urban spaces around them, airports present ideal laboratories for controlled experimentation that can be used to design preferred futures in personal mobility, smart cities and travel. Holds a Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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