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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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  On the heels of our wildly successful online conference where we had 400+ registrants, the 2021 Young Architect Winter Series, we are already planning

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Elizabeth Lockwood Elizabeth Lockwood feels that she developed her interest in interior design as early as her middle school years. She credits her parents with

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Muna Shahrori Muna Shahroi says that she didn’t know anything about architecture as a small child growing up in Jordan, but she did show some

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Mike Celauro Mike Celauro says that he knew from a very young age that architecture was the field that he wanted to be in. He

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Jamie Teasdale Jamie Teasdale is not an architect. Instead, her career falls more into the marketing space. But like many of the architects featured on

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Feyi Feyi’s story will sound familiar to many architects and people who know architects. She remembers as a small child taking all of the blocks

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Julia Jack Julia Jack remembers that when she was a child, she liked to make things. She even recalls building a cell phone out of

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Yoselim Bravo Yoselim Bravo says that she wasn’t a normal kid. But that’s OK. She also thinks that not being a normal kid was what

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James Garrett James Garrett knew that he was interested in building early on. He loved playing with Legos and building things as a child, and

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