Leah Davis


I am studying Architecture with electives toward Global Studies and Aviation at Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana. It is my belief that you can never have too many interests or dreams. My involvement in other studies, work, and fun activities such as college intramural sports, flight club, and AIA for students, helps me to gain more knowledge and develop a diverse skill set. This involvement creates long-lasting relationships and valuable connections. This experience taught me how to work in a team and contribute to projects as I continue to develop my professional skills in the Architecture field.

Since I was younger, I always appreciated the Architecture surrounding my daily life. I love to travel and appreciate how Architecture is so perfectly incorporated into the natural environment. The influence of architecture always inspired me to be the one to create that delightful feeling when surrounded by buildings that truly transform an experience.

I take my professional goals very seriously, and I hope to have a clearer image of where I want to be (when I really grow up) soon. For now, I do the best I can through school and work, and I continue toward the path of a professional career in Architecture. But, at the end of the week when all the hard work is over, you can always find me outside soaking up the sun and boating, hiking, walking around, camping, fishing, barbecuing, and more.


Bachelor of Arts in Architecture, Montana State University