Architect in New York, NY
I have always loved houses. As far back as I can remember, my brother and I were trying to outdo each other with increasingly elaborate dream house sketches. It wasn't until high school, however, when a personality profile test labeled me the architect that I started to take architecture seriously as a potential career. I enrolled in every architecture course provided at Williams College and as a senior, won the school's prize in architecture. I compiled album after album of house pictures from magazines and from frequent photographing excursions all over the country. I soon became a danger behind the wheel because I was constantly peering over hedges and down driveways, seeking inspiration rather than watching the road ahead of me.