I am an Air Force brat, so I've lived in Nebraska, England, Florida, and Tennessee before heading off to college in Ohio. I have a huge deal of respect for the men and women in the armed services.
I decided to study architecture because I felt that it had a good blend of the sciences, like math and physics, and art. I've always been into drawing and going into architecture helped me develop my drawing skills as well as improve my designing skills. My favorite designers have to be Frank Lloyd Wright (of course, right?) for his use and development of space and the interaction between different spaces, and Renzo Piano for the way he tries to always incorporate natural light into his projects.
I am eventually looking to get my Masters in Architecture in hopes of getting my architecture license. Other things I'd like to eventually do are, finally put my scuba diving license to good use, learn how to ride a motorcycle, get my pilot's license, join a rugby team, travel back to my old home in Red Lodge, England, and eventually take a full tour of Europe.