Pre-College was my first exposure to college life and architecture. It was life changing. I remember late nights in the residence hall working on projects with other students. In fact, I am still in touch with several friends from the program.
It was a true interdisciplinary experience. It exposed me to a new way of thinking and making, and led me on the path to architecture.
After Pre-College I knew that I wanted to pursue architecture. My professor was a true inspiration, showing me that architecture could be a creative and fulfilling career.
Thanks to my experience at Pre-College, I am now working as an architectural practitioner and teacher.
Herzl School, Los Angeles
summer 1995, Architecture and Graphic Design
Master of Science, Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University
founder and principal of Office Feuerman LLC; adjunct assistant professor at Columbia University (GSAPP) and Pratt Institute (Interior Design)
Influences at CCA:
Jane Cee, Thom Faulders, David Meckel, Tim Perks, Whitney Sander, Mabel Wilson