Emma Li is a graduate architect at Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf. She is attracted to the freedom, diversity and creativity that architecture provides. At the age of 7, she began to sketch, watercolor, and oil paint and construct minor household items. The combination of graphical and formative interests she developed as a child grew into a strong desire to pursue architecture. Emma earned a Bachelor’s in Architecture from the University of Texas and a Master’s in Architecture from the University of Illinois. She studied abroad at the Pantheon Institute in Rome, Italy.