I’ve been a registered architect since 2006. After graduating with a degree in architecture from Far Eastern University in the Philippines, I worked as an architect in Singapore for 6 years. I later moved into signage and wayfinding design.
My day at the studio involves taking projects from concept development through to completion. I work collaboratively on wayfinding and signage design, as well as coordinating technical drawings with consultants and contractors. No matter what I’m working on – wayfinding planning, technical design, or project management – I always aim to bring my best.
Outside the studio, I love outdoor sports, especially hiking. I once survived a blizzard on the peak of Mount Blady (10,068 ft) in California! I’ve also made a 6-hour rim-to-rim hike around the Grand Canyon. Besides that, I’m a keen cyclist. On a 28 km wilderness trail in Austria, I navigated using only a paper map – and signage which sometimes blended into the landscape!
Through these life experiences, I’ve become fascinated by the paradoxes and problem-solving of wayfinding.