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Jacklynn is an Assistant Professor in Architecture, Design & Urbanism, a registered architect in the State of Pennsylvania, and a LEED Accredited Professional. She specializes in architectural visualization and oversees the curriculum in architectural representation at Westphal. Her research focuses on the translation of spatial data into non-traditional forms of architectural representation. Parallel creative projects, such as Variable Space, test visual methods for representing space with the intangible layers of time, movement and memory. Jacklynn’s recently published work includes a survey of graphic models for indoor navigation. Her ongoing work involves the representation of underground spaces, future space, and the visualization of “change” in architecture. She is an architect with the design-build firm Niemiec&Co, recognized as a finalist in the 21st Century Rowhouse Competition for their speculative project Overbuild. She received her undergraduate degree at Penn State University and Master of Architecture degree from the University of Pennsylvania.