Welcome to a feed of my posts. This serves as a hub for blog posts -- which will be mostly random text or images of my real-life trips -- and as a portfolio of sorts, showcasing some of my biggest achievements in gaming and in my architectural career. This was created to fill a demand from my previous sites, and to anchor my presence on an ever-changing internet. I hope you enjoy my musings and creations.
In a continuation of what seems to be an annual trend, this site is finally launched, fresh with a posts section serving as a blog/portfolio.
Summer 2023 has been chaotic for me, so I took a break to head up to Vancouver and go on some hikes in the nearby area with family.
With Cities Skylines 2 on the way, I learn the ropes through Cities Skylines 1, an in-depth citiy builder for urban planning fanatics.
In the midst of a Minecraft community burnout and a busy year of University, I built some wonderful things on Oakridge Season 11. Check them out!
In principle, it's easy to think "make a building good and generate solar and it'll be net zero", but the actual math is harder. I learned it!
Pushing myself beyond my comfort zone, I learned various architectural softwares. We moved fast through them, but here's the results!
Testing Bluebeam measuring and polishing my Revit Skills, a class of mine studied the Farnsworth House, a great building for modeling practice.
Hong Kong is dear to my heart, and I revisited the city for the first time since 2019. Here, I reminisce about the trip and what I love about the city.
Learning Revit for the first time, this group project proposed a hypothetical Fire Station. It was a frustrating but beautiful project.
With the Canadian border open, I take the train to visit family near Vancouver and explore the city. There's a lot to learn from.
As an update to my site, I refresh it for 2022. This page is an archive of the site's content and design.
As the summer of 2022 comes to a close, I look back on all that I did, including moving 2 times, traveling to New York twice, and going on multiple major trips.
I visited New York for the first time since moving out to Seattle in August and showcase that trip's highlights here, as well as some older photos. Enjoy!
Iterating on cities of seasons past, I create the build I'm most proud of to date: a sprawling peninsula city. It later took over 5 other player bases!
At 17 years old, I moved across the country (with the help of my family) to attend University and live alone. What's it like starting a new life for myself?
The product of the pandemic, I built, of course, the outdoors. This season, I focused on learning new minecraft skills. Read on to see how that went...
This season, I built the most that I've ever built. Every time I got bored, I built even more. Can you guess what I made?
What does a kid do in their last summer with no obligations? Build their first mega base, of course! Welcome to my first Minecraft city ever.