Architecture Group for Smart City Design, Ecological Planning, and Art.
Rayne B. Holm
Rayne earned her Associates of Science degree with a focus on Microbiology before
matriculating to New York University's Gallatin School of Individualized Study, where she
concentrates in "Aesthetic Memory in Urban Development". Her studies combine
human rights; truth & memory studies; memorialism; architecture; urban design,
planning & development; and revolve around building efficient refugee camps which
promote continued culture, commerce, and education. Her work as a freelance graphic
designer and photographer has appeared in Al Jazeera, the Sierra Leone Peace
Museum, Creative District (a platform of Technicolor) and publications from the
International Center for Transitional Justice, Kofi Annan Foundation, and Historic
Landmarks & Preservation Center of New York. She will graduate in January 2015 and
intends to pursue Master's degrees in both Architecture and Urban Planning.