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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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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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