I am a Postdoctoral Candidate at the Institute of Environment (IoE) at Florida International University (FIU) and the Principal Investigator for  the NSF-funded “Promoting Coastal Biodiversity through AI-driven Modular Seawall Design and Construction”, focusing on optimizing coastal adaptation to improve biodiversity through innovative seawall and landscape infrastructure designs​ (Tropical Marine Eco Lab)​. I hold a Doctorate in Design from Florida International University, a Master of Emergent Technologies and Design from the Architectural Association in London, and a Bachelor of Architecture from the Southern California Institute of Architecture in Los Angeles. I have been involved in teaching various subjects including computational design, material systems, sustainable design, and digital fabrication since 2015 at FIU. My industry experience includes working with notable firms such as Skidmore, Owings & Merrill in Los Angeles, and Glavovic Studio in Miami​ (Tropical Marine Eco Lab)​. My research focuses on addressing environmental challenges through innovative design. I lead significant projects such as EPA-funded BIOCAP project which aims to enhance biodiversity along shorelines using data-driven design and robotic fabrication​ (CCAA)​. This work reflects my commitment to integrating biomimetic approaches with material systems to create sustainable solutions for environmental problems​ (CREST Aquaticchem)​. My multidisciplinary work, spanning architecture, environmental science, and digital technologies, showcases my commitment to advancing sustainable design and significantly impacts the field​ (CREST Aquaticchem)​.