San Francisco design collective LIFT borrows the plant-life phenomenon phytoremediation, the process...
New York, NY, United States
Member since May 17, 2007
Nickie has lived and worked in New York City for the past two years, via Philadelphia and San Francisco. After studying English Literature and Fine Arts at UPenn, she worked for a year in the Fashion department at Surface magazine; secretly, however, she harbored a penchant for architecture, which was well-nourished at this interdisciplinary Brooklyn-based design publication. She now works for Professor Mojdeh Baratloo at the Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning + Preservation and the Urban Research Group doing research, grant applications, and graphic design for architecture publications. She also works with Paul Goldberger, the architecture critic at the New Yorker. In the fall of 2007 Nickie will begin pursuing a Masters of Architecture at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. She likes travel, reading, all manners of creative input and output, cities, and talking about California.