Dafyd Rawlings is a licensed architect in the state of California, USA and holds an MA Architecture degree from University of Oregon. He is a LEED-AP [Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional] in Building Design and Construction and has designed, built, administered and taught in the design and construction fields for over 12 years with organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, the Natural Building Network and World Hands Project. He is also a teacher of English as a Second Language holding a Master’s Degree in English from San Francisco State University with an emphasis is Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. He has taught in Asia, Latin America, the Middle East and Southeast Asia as well as in the USA for over 11 years. In addition, he has training in multi-sensory / multi-modal teaching methodologies for students with learning differences. His interests include travel, high-desert gardening, drawing and sculpting, and mountain-biking.