You are invited to view the second installment of our new online Architecture Alumni Talk series featuring Rachael McCall, Lead Designer at HDA-X Creative Agency and academic at SCI-Arc in Los Angeles, USA.

Watch Architecture Alumni Webinar Series with Rachael McCall

About Rachael McCall

Rachael McCall is currently faculty at SCI-Arc (Southern California Institute of Architecture) and lead designer at HDA-X Creative Agency, in Los Angeles. Rachael teaches graduate and post-graduate design studios and visual studies seminars at SCI-Arc and has lectured, reviewed and taught digital design workshops across the US and in China. Her work has been exhibited in solo shows in Los Angeles, as well as group shows in the USA, Australia, Greece, Sweden, Japan and the Netherlands. She has worked professionally in both Los Angeles and Brisbane, Australia.

Rachael completed her Master of Architecture II with distinction at SCI-Arc, where her thesis was awarded the Frank Gehry Prize for Best Graduate Thesis. As well as her thesis success, Rachael was the graduate winner of the 2015 American Institute of Architect’s Henry Adams Certificate for academic merit. Wallpaper Magazine, published in the UK, has nominated Rachael for their list of top architectural graduates worldwide.

Rachael also holds a professional Master of Architecture and Bachelor of Design Studies from the University of Queensland Australia, where she received several honours including the Board of Architects Queensland Prize, an Australian Institute of Architects Medallion, the Cox Rayner Architects Prize and the AE Brooks Travelling Scholarship.

About Architecture Alumni Webinar Series

Hear from leaders in the industry and celebrate our most distinguished UQ alumni by joining our webinar series, hosted by the School of Architecture. Our speakers will discuss their lives in architecture and their current projects, research and achievements. The presentations will include a live Q+A.

The Architecture Alumni Talk Series:

Semester two program: 19 August to 02 September 2021

This is a free professional development event and registrations are essential.