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Juan Gomez Juan Gomez didn’t always know that he wanted to be an architect, but he was interested in art from a young age. He

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Anthony Owens Anthony Owens didn’t know that he wanted to be an architect when he grew up. After having seen Ironman, his initial thought was

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Safari Love For Safari Love, becoming an architect wasn’t a lifelong dream. Although he enjoyed drawing and sketching, architecture wasn’t on his radar as a

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Brent Williams Brent Williams came from a family of engineers, so he likes to tell people that he’s the black sheep of the family. Brent

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On the heels of our wildly successful online conference where we had 400+ registrants, the 2020 Young Architect Summer Series, we are already planning The

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Natasha Ayala Natasha’s story begins in Puerto Rico. She grew up in a family of five and lived in a small house, and as a

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Jared Smith Jared Smith is a returning guest to the Young Architect Podcast. He’s a licensed architect who has a wife, kids, and a new

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Christiana Copper  Christiana Copper enjoyed making art as a child. It was an activity that she shared with her sister, and her parents were supportive

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Charles Hendricks  Charles Hendricks wasn’t naturally a good student. In fact, he struggled with dyslexia, which made many subjects difficult for him. But when he

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Melody Stinson  Melody Stinson believes that growing up with a father who was an electrical engineer enabled her to get an early look at the

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   Farah Ahmad  Farah Ahmad believes that her path to becoming an architect was paved by influences from her family, specifically her father. Farah’s father

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Christine Monaghan  Christine Monaghan says that she is not one of those architects who played with Legos and knew that they wanted to be an

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