Learning should be transformative, profound, but also fun. It has the capacity to change how we see and think about the world. We all learn in different ways, with different strengths and weaknesses. As a tutor, I consider it my duty to work with students to identify those strengths and weaknesses and find out - together - the best way to improve them. Nothing is too difficult to learn, and with effort and patience, we'll figure it out.
I have taught undergraduate and graduate students at universities in four countries (Canada, UK, Hong Kong, Indonesia).
I have taught the history and theory of architecture as well as human and cultural geography at undergraduate and graduate levels.
PhD, Geography, Cambridge (in-progress)
I have received scholarships from the Cambridge International Trust and the SSHRC (Canada)
MLA, University of Toronto, Graduate Entrance Scholarship
MA, McGill University
I have piloted a hot air balloon and slept on the edge of a volcano!