Amy Van Lauwe

Since graduating from the BAC with her Master's in Architecture, Amy has remained active within the BAC community through teaching and advising degree students. She has taught sections of Social & Political Thought and Ideas & Society: Film, Space & Perception as well as been a teaching assistant for American & Contemporary Architecture and Architectural Theory.

Amy has spent the past 14 years working in the design field, working at a high-end residential firm and for over 8 years working for a firm that specialized in educational and institutional projects. She has spent the last 4 years as a freelance designer working on architectural, interior and signage projects. Prior to receiving her architecture degree, Amy worked for several non-profits as a grant researcher and graphic designer.

In her free time she makes ridiculous movies for 8th grade history students, watches as many movies as possible, and reads Christopher Moore books.