Matthew is an designer and fabricator who recently completed his academic architectural education were he completed two consecutive masters of architecture and design programs. He received his first masters degree from The New School of Architecture in San Diego in 2012 where he received honors for both his academic achievements and his final thesis design. Most recently he graduated from the University College of London’s school of architecture, The Bartlett, in September of 2013. During his year at The Bartlett he researched the design and application of new plausibilities in the fields of architecture and fabrication. It is through this research that Matthew has continued his investigation into the areas of contemporary architectural design through the use of both traditional architectural applications as well as contemporary design methodologies. With a focus on the contemporary framework of heterogeneous languages and fabrication systems he continues to explore new methods of computation and material research through the investigation of Bespoken systems. He focused on the development of DIY alternatives which allowed for an easily fabricated system using conventional materials in an unconventional fabrication method. Matthew is looking to continue his career in architecture and design within a well structured working environment where he can further develop his talent and utilize his abilities. He would excel in an architectural atmosphere that investigates design not only through the traditional lens but also examines the potentiality of new formal and spacial consequences.