Rayne B. Holm
Rayne earned her Associates of Science before matriculating to New York University's Gallatin
School of Individualized Study, where she concentrates in "Cultural Memory in Urban Spaces.”
Her research combines human rights; truth & memory studies; memorialism; architecture;
urban design, planning & development; and revolves around building efficient refugee camps
which promote continued culture, commerce, and education. Her work as a freelance graphic
designer and photographer has appeared in the Sierra Leone Peace Museum, Al Jazeera,
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 an M. Arch I.
Nonprofit Organization for Philanthropic Architecture, Urban + Ecological Design.
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