My work as an architectural designer, artist, and teacher. I am a formally trained architect working in the field full-time as both an artist and designer while attending Pratt Institute for a second Master's degree in Architecture. I have practiced full-time for five years and continue to practice part-time throughout my education. My personal research and art practices focus on the details of design, intent, and execution of historic architectural and design methodologies that impact cultural needs and gender performances. My designs challenge normative comforts and performances while revealing a new trans-embodied approach to the practice. I maintain an active role in educating, leading, and creating through my art, podcast, and academic engagement. I aim to bring the queer and trans discourses into the world of design and architecture.
Project Manager at Joe the Architect - present
Boutique Architecture Firm in Somerville, MA focused on high-quality designs for extraordinary, everyday use. Focus on spaces that people can dine in, work in, live in, and truly love day in and day out.
Co-Founder of Coalesce Design.
A partnered design group with Brian Sandford focused on local installation work and the podcast What Builds Us. 2018 - present.
Research Assistant to Zenovia Toloudi, D.Des., Intl Assoc. AIA 2018-Present
Research Assistant to Anne-Catrin Schultz, 2018
Research Assistant to Robert Cowherd 2018
Masters of Architecture
Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston MA - Graduated, April 2018
Bachelor of Science in Architecture
Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston MA - Graduated, April 2017
Honor Roll Graduate
Apponequet Regional High School, Lakeville, MA. -Graduated 2013
ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND AWARDS
Member of Wentworth Architecture Alumni Committee
Hosting alumni events and organizing guest speakers and presentations.
Panelist at Boston's Queer Creatives Investigate Safe Spaces, 2019.
Panel aimed to unpack the physical and mental definitions of queer safe spaces.
Featured artwork in Manque Magazine, 2019.
"She/Herself, Evolving, the Living," article found here.
Featured in Boston Voyager magazine as inspiring local woman, 2018.
"Conversations with the Inspiring Seantel Trombly," article found here.
Masters Thesis Featured in Women in Cities International (WICI) Blog
Center For Life in Benin project featured in the American Embassy in Benin.
2017 Intensive graduate project involving 2 week trip to southern Benin, Africa.
More detailing found here.
Student Representative of the Graduate Program Committee 2017
Wentworth Institute of Technology
Student Commencement Speaker of the 2017 Wentworth Graduation.
Video of speech can be found here.
Keynote Speaker/Poet and Recipient of Recognition
2017 Women@Wentworth Event - an event to commemorate the 45th year of women attending the Institute, we will be recognizing 45 trailblazers, alumni, friends, staff, and faculty.
Founder of Writing Our Makeup
A YouTube Channel dedicated to original poetry and advice.
President of Women's Institute of Leadership and Development (W.I.L.D)
2015 - 2017 Women's Institute of Leadership Development - Wentworth Institute Representative and leader, helping members of our community come together and provide a safe space on our campus for discussion and motivation. Inspired by strong, fearless leaders from our past, being the president of WILD is a position that promotes self growth and confidence to take that same inspiration to aid in the positive growth of future generations.
Recipient of the Junior Award for Outstanding Leadership
Wentworth Institute of Technology - 2017
Award is presented to a junior who has consistently been involved with an organization/club/leadership role at Wentworth. The student regularly demonstrates enthusiasm toward and passion for their role on campus. This student serves as a strong role model for their classmates displays potential for success in future leadership roles.
Work Featured in Wentworth Architecture Review (WAr) 2017-2018
Wentworth Architecture Review
Member 2016 - Help design and put together architectural magazine representing a collaboration of work submitted by architecture, industrial design, and interior design students. Includes work and interviews from professors, architects, and firms from the Boston Area.
SKILLS AND INTERESTS
General Graphic Design
Poetry and writing
Coffee and IPAs
Meditation and Yoga
Philosophy and Psychology
Boston, MA 02130
508. 971. 8261