I am a multidisciplinary designer, fine artist, and poet of Armenian descent from Los Angeles, California. I strive to use interior spaces, literary practices, narrative architectures, and material possibilities to forge connectedness, meaning-generation, healthy urbanisms, and evocative storytelling. I am fascinated by scenic design, city life and planning, language, performance studies, and neuroaesthetics.

My work has been published in a variety of literary publications, including Peach Magazine, Revolute, Olit, h-pem, Pollux Journal, The Round, and Prometheus Dreaming. My writing has been recognized by the International Armenian Literary Alliance, the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, and Randolph College, among others.

I am a third-year honors student in the
︎︎︎Brown|RISD Dual Degree Program: 

    Brown University
       ︎︎︎Urban Studies, A.B.

    Rhode Island School of Design
       ︎︎︎Interior Architecture, BFA
       ︎︎︎Literary Arts and Studies, Concentration