+ Technologies That Place People At The Center of Workplace Design.
Work Design Magazine, August 1, 2018


+ Bangkok City Shutdown: Urban Domesticity
Photographs.
Originally published in Discolè, January 2014


+ On the Shenzhen-Hong Kong Biennale
Text and Interview with curator Jeffrey Johnson
Shenzhen-Hong Kong Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism 2013 – 2014
Originally published in Discolè, December 2013


+ Common Ground: Documenting the 13th International Venice Biennale of Architecture
Photographs
Venice Biennale of Architecture 2012
Originally published in Discolè, September 2012


+¬†Spontaneous Interventions — The U.S. Pavilion
Text and Interview with pavilion curator David Van Der Leer
Venice Biennale of Architecture 2012
Originally published in Discolè, September 2012


+ Urban Intervention Camp at the U.S. Pavilion
Text and Interview with Quilian Riano of DSGNAGNC
Venice Biennale of Architecture 2012
Originally published in Discolè, September 2012


+¬†Formations ‚Äď New Practices in Australian Architecture at The Australian Pavilion
Text and Interview with pavilion curators Anthony Burke and Gerard Reinmuth
Venice Biennale of Architecture 2012
Originally published in Discolè, September 2012


+¬†Originaire — The Pavilion of China
Text and Interview with pavilion curator Fang Zhenning
Venice Biennale of Architecture 2012
Originally published in Discolè, September 2012


+ The Highline Strip
Text and Photographs
Originally published in Discolè, February 2012


+ Frontier Facades
Triple Canopy, Issue 11, March 2011.
Text, Photography and Video, with Greta Hansen.


+¬†Ai Wei Wei‚Äôs New York Photographs 1983 ‚Äď 1993
Text
Originally published in Discolè, July 2011


+¬†‚ÄúOn Vibrations” – by Olafur Eliasson
Research paper
Art & Education, 2007.


+ EDIBILITY NYC: From Production to Consumption
With Brian Ackley. 2009.
Research book of urban networks of food production and consumption in the New York City area.


+ Colors of the Brain
Domus Magazine, July – August 2008, issue 916
Article and photographs of the Colors of the Brain/Life in Space conference with Studio Olafur Eliasson, MOMA and Columbia University GSAPP.