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Meeta Morrison | MMD Architecture Meeta Morrison says that she had the desire to make and build things starting from a very young age. She

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Virginia Bosworth Virginia Bosworth got started with art. In high school, she attended a regular high school part-time and an arts high school part-time. One

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Antonio Sierra Tony Sierra says that his architectural journey started when he started drawing at age 14. Then in high school, when he was able

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Susan Alvarez Susan Alvarez may not have known that architecture was a career option for her when she was a small child. But she displayed

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Julie Foley As with many aspiring architects, Legos were the first sign of Julie Foley’s interest in architecture. Julie recalls being more excited about small

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People always ask me what types of office supplies they should buy when preparing to study for the ARE.  The basic materials you will need

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Paul Keskeys Paul Keskeys believes that he became what he calls an architecture nerd very early on in his life. He began with cliches –

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Lauren Libertad Harris Lauren Libertad Harris remembers when she was 11 years old and her family took a trip that ended up in Hidden Valley,

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Emily Burton Emily spent her formative years in Los Angeles, and she originally saw herself becoming a famous celebrity, perhaps an actress or a singer. 

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Kristen Stanford Today’s guest joins the podcast after recently finishing up her architecture exams. Kristen Stanford remembers how she initially got interested in architecture. Her

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Caelan Huntress Caelan Huntress isn’t an architect. He’s a website designer and a marketing expert, but he didn’t start out in those fields either. As

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Juan Alvarez | Jamesa Designs Today’s guest was a keynote speaker for the Young Architect Winter Series. When Juan goes back to the beginning, he

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