Genevieve Baudoin is an Associate Professor of Architecture at Kansas State University and a Registered Architect in New Mexico. Her background prior to architecture is as a cellist, and she received her BA in cello performance and visual arts from Oberlin College. Her MArch is from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University. She has worked professionally with both Foster + Partners and Antoine Predock Architect. Her research is in the changing tectonic relationship of site and structure in architecture, and in developing representational tools and strategies to understand and promote these complexities. Her book, Interpreting Site: Studies in Perception, Representation, and Design (Routledge Press, 2015) considers the relationship between site and architecture through its representation and artifact, examining the methods architects employ in the process of design. Her collaborative practice, Du al Ecologies, focuses on site and infrastructural relationships and their coincident architectural and tectonic response. The medium for their practice is an amalgam of art, theoretical projects and built work.