Work Samples

Published Articles –

Other Reports and Documents

Posters –

Graduate School Reports –

  • Oak Grove Neighborhood Center Plan – Completed as part of the Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop, this plan provides recommendations for the urban, unincorporated area of Oak Grove, OR, to transition from a auto-oriented strip development style of community to a multi-modal, vibrant and sustainable community.
  • SE 101st Avenue and SE Bush Avenues Bicycle Boulevards – Proposal and grant application for a bicycle boulevard to be built in outer east Portland.  Put together for USP 510 – Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning Lab.  (Note: With some modifications, the Portland Bureau of Transportation is currently constructing the SE Bush and SE 101st Avenue Bike Boulevards)
  • Redevelopment of Site 259 – Proposal for the redevelopment of a block in Portland’s West End neighborhood.  Put together for USP 524 – Site Planning.
  • Climate Change and Metro – Report on steps the Metro Regional Government can take to integrate climate change mitigation and adaptation into regional planning efforts.  Put together for USP 594 – Planning in the Pacific Northwest.
  • Evaluation of downtown Milwaukie – Design Analaysis of Milwaukie, Oregon historic downtown area.  Put together for USP 525 – Design Analysis.

Papers –

  • Bikeability and the Twenty-Minute Neighborhood – A research project I conducted exploring a method of using mapping technology to integrate transportation infrastructure and land use characteristics into a metric/score of how well a person can meet their daily needs using a bicycle.
  • Bicycle Corral Case Study – A case study of bicycle corrals on East 28th Avenue in Portland.  For USP 510 – Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning.
  • Sustainability and Portland State – Surveying the Portland community on the role Portland State can and should play in promoting sustainability in the Portland Region.  For USP 535 – Planning Methods II.
  • Washington County low income population needs assessment – Report on interviews conducted to inform Washington County’s long range plan for affordable housing and community development.  For USP 533 – Planning Methods I
  • Grocery Store Siting -Using GIS to assess siting options for a new grocery store in east Portland.  For USP 543 – Geographic Applications in Planning.
  • Assessing Washington County Crash Data – Using GIS to examine vehicular crash data on state highways in Washington County, Oregon.  For USP 531 – GIS for Planners