Above is an e-published version of my full undergraduate portfolio (2008-2010), which I used to apply to Master of Architecture programs in 2010. Some of the projects in this portfolio are represented elsewhere on my site, but the full portfolio gives the most complete snapshot of my experience at the University of Florida School of Architecture, which still keeps me grounded as a designer. During my time at UF, the School of Architecture was deeply invested in the idea that making was critical to architecture, and to architectural education. Physical models, sketches, and hand-drawings were central in the studio. These methods cultivated a process that was embedded with intuitive design understanding and knowledge that pushed projects to be more speculative, and also more personal.