Shelby Elizabeth Doyle is a Fulbright Research Fellow based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Her research is entitled City of Water: Architecture, Infrastructure, and the Floods of Phnom Penh and is an ongoing project to document the relationship between water, architecture and infrastructure in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Shelby holds a Master of Architecture degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Virginia.
Stefanie Irmer, originally from Gremany, has a background in Political Science, is an active force in the field of architecture in Cambodia and is the Architecture Curator for Our City Festival 2012. She organizes public lectures and exhibitions, initiates and supports research and documentation, PR and CI development – creating a platform and supporting the emergence of a new generation of architects. Stefanie is co-founder of Manolis House and Space for Architecture.
Yam Sokly is a Cambodian architect and the Education/Outreach Curator for Our City Festival 2012. Since 2010 he works for the Heritage Mission (Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts) and completed successfully their one-year training course for young professionals in heritage conservation and town planning. He is co-founder of Manolis House and Space for Architecture, focusing on educational and research projects to promote Cambodia’s urban heritage and sustainable architecture.