standing on the ground, staring at the stars. --- I keep this thing lately just as a passive means to stay caught up with friends as well as for occasional posterity' sake.
Living in Walkable and Bikeable Arlington, pursuing my Architecure Degree in hopes of one day healing our world's built environments, and thus, our social being and larger environment. I like to play outside, and I like to read. I like to get into intense conversations and have my views continually evolved by intelligent, well-founded discourse.
taking a sabbatical from my 4th year at UMBC, Science-Tech Journalism major through INDS, and staffer-alum at The Retriever while working for some local baltimore papers and magazines, as well as getting my contractors and real estate licesnses and starting up a development company tied to New Urbanism principles.
living in a turn of the century rowhome in West Baltimore that i recently purchased and was trading in my life to renovate, along with a younger sister and two awesome guys from school as flatmates.
crazy. ---- Unnamed Law: If it happens, it must be possible.
"The virgin sidewalk - the physical embodiment of sprawl's guilty conscience - reveals the true failure of suburbia ..." - Suburban Nation