Andrew is a Master in Design Studies candidate at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, concentrating in Real Estate and the Built Environment. He has worked in London, New York, and San Francisco as a project manager and researcher in the fields of architecture and development. His work spans scales of the built environment with the goal of nurturing equitable, sustainable, and prosperous cities. As the J. Clawson Mills Fellow at The Architectural League of New York in 2013-14, Andrew led a project on the agency of architecture and development in light of climate change. This work united philosophers, scientists, economists, planners, and designers to discuss the policies and technologies that can shape a radically low carbon future in the United States. During his time at Harvard, Andrew is studying the financing and investment of built projects to become fluent in the transaction and use values of design.