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Theodora Vardouli is an architect and researcher, currently pursuing a PhD in Design and Computation at the MIT Department of Architecture. Her work traces relationships between open architecture and computation from the 1960s to the present. More
For more than 40 years, Bob Verrier has built a career around affordable housing and the preservation and adaptive reuse of architectural heritage sites both locally and nationally. More
Helen Vetter is a Bachelor of Interior Architecture candidate at the BAC. Originally from Aspen Park, Colorado, Helen took courses in Political Science, International Studies, and Interior Design at Colorado State University before deciding to move to Boston. More
Beginning as a Fine Arts major, Leslie-jon ultimately gave in to her love of construction--completing the Building Construction/Architecture program at Dean College in 1993. More
Clare Walker Leslie is a professional wildlife artist, naturalist, and educator. She is a nationally-recognized author and teacher. Both Nature Drawing: A Tool for Learning and Keeping A Nature Journal are used widely as standard texts on drawing and observing nature. For over thirty years, she has taught drawing garden landscapes in classrooms across the country. Her Nature Journaling work is being used by Jane Goodall's "Roots and Shoots" programs around the world. Clare lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts and Granville, Vermont, where she has her own active gardens. She earned her bachelor of arts from Carleton College and studied wildlife drawing in Europe. More