MArch, Harvard University; BArch, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Heather Woofter has taught at Roger Williams University, Boston Architectural College, and the Career Discovery Program at Harvard University. She was Assistant Professor of Architecture at Virginia Tech and received a University Level Certificate of Teaching Excellence. Woofter is a registered architect in the United States and holds Royal Institute of British Architects, UK Parts I and II. She has worked as an architect and project manager for Bohlin Cywinski Jackson in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania; Marks Barfield in London, United Kingdom; and Luchetti & Associates in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She is currently architect and design principal at Axi:Ome LLC of St. Louis with Sung Ho Kim. Two monographs about Axi:Ome — Spatial Practice (Oro Editions) and Specular: Between Practice and Education (Damdi Architecture Publishing Co.) — were published in 2009. Woofter curated the exhibition Metabolic City, which featured works by the Japanese Metabolists, the architecture collaborative Archigram from Britain, and Dutch artist Constant, at the Kemper Art Museum in 2009-2010.