Architect Magazine features The Hip Hop Architecture Camp.
While working as a designer at Hamilton Anderson Associates in Detroit, Michigan I had the privilege of working with a design team on renovating the historic, Louis Armstrong Park and Congo Square in New Orleans Louisiana. This project is extremely significant to American history, especially the history of African American culture
Architect, Rainy Hamilton Jr. attended my Hip Hop Inspired Architect lecture at University of Detroit this past week. Mr Hamilton is the first African American architect I ever met and he gave me my start in architecture at Hamilton Anderson Associates following my completion of graduate school at UDM. He also pushed me to evolve my concepts and lecture style by sponsoring various trips to present at NOMA (National Organization of Minority Architects) Conferences around the country.