About Me

Hi, I’m Alexa. An aspiring architect suffering through the AREs while exploring and recounting my favorite experiences with architecture. I am a traveler, history fanatic, aspiring architect, equestrian, sketcher, reader, learner, explorer, and now blogger (eek!).

I’ve settled down in Boston for the time being, working at my first job out of Graduate school. Originally from New Jersey, via Pennsylvania and Rhode Island, I still get quite a hankering in the summer for the Shore, but these days I’m exploring New England and all it has to offer (which is a lot!).

Thanks for taking this adventure with me. For now, this blog will tell the stories of the best places I’ve been. And as time passes, we shall see where it and I will go.

These things are hard to write, but feel free to write me an email and tell me what you want to know! I would love to get to know my readers better!

“Buildings tell stories, if they are allowed- if their past is flaunted rather than concealed.” –Stewart Brand

Obviously necessary. Clear instance that proves perspective is always important.
Obviously necessary. Clear instance that proves perspective is always important.