Julie, a project architect, approaches architecture with an experiential and phenomenological point of view to ensure her designs are uniquely fitted to their users, program, materials, and context. Interested in all project types and scales, she enjoys the variety of design from conceptual iteration to detailing that built projects entail. Earning her Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Stanford University, she balanced the system-based approach of her undergraduate degree by attending a studio-centric Master of Architecture program at the University of California Los Angeles. Graduating with Distinction, she was awarded the Clifton Webb Fine Arts Scholarship and the Franklin D. Israel Memorial Fellowship. Prior to joining WRNS, Julie worked on office towers, student housing, and a museum during her experience at SOM in Los Angeles and San Francisco. Outside of work, Julie spends her time in the mountains, where you can find her skiing or hiking.