"For every departure there is an arrival. It is the law of the axe whose handle was a tree."
Meets the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualifications Standards in Architectural History.
Master of Science, Historic Preservation, Columbia University in the City of New York, 2016
Bachelor of Science, City and Regional Planning and Minor in Sustainable Environments, Honors, California Polytechnic University San Luis Obispo, 2011
Caroline joined MASON in 2020.
The daughter of a geologist and nurse, Caroline was destined to be curious about and care deeply for the environment and its inhabitants. She is a perpetual learner who is passionate about historic preservation as a lens to reflect on our past to critically plan our future. From adaptively reusing buildings to acknowledging socially significant places, she is honored to be a part of a profession that stewards cultural heritage and environmental awareness.
When she's not in the depths of architectural research, she's enjoying her Johnson & Perkins-designed Nu'uanu 1952 home, photographing everything, seeking nature, learning to sail, trying to get to Japan, and/or scheming on how to escape her comfort zone.