Enrique Ramirez is a PhD candidate at the Princeton University School of Architecture, where he is writing a dissertation concerning the intersection of aviation and architectural cultures in France and the United States from the 1880s to World War I. His work has appeared in diverse publications, including Thresholds, Perspecta, Future Anterior, Pidgin Magazine, Junk Jet and Materia. Enrique is a 2007 graduate of the Master of Environmental Design program at the Yale School of Architecture.
You can find him online at this is a456, a quasi-architectural blog. He is also from Texas.