Architecture + Urban Design | Entering Year: 2019
Theodore was born and raised in Upper Marlboro, Prince George’s County, Maryland. He is a graduate of the Morgan State University School of Architecture & Planning where he received a B.S. in Architecture & Environmental Design. He is passionate about social justice and seeks to create inclusive communities through equitable architectural interventions. This passion has motivated his current research on affordable housing as an American Institute of Architecture Students, CRIT scholar. As a graduate student in the Sam Fox School, Theodore will be continuing his research investigations as a dual degree candidate for the Master of Architecture & Master of Urban Design. When he is not in the architecture studio, you may find him at a music concert or exploring new restaurants.