Gabriel is faculty at The School of Architecture + Planning, University of New Mexico. He received a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from Columbia University and a Master of Architecture from Princeton University School of Architecture. He is a co-creator of Reimaging, a practice and platform that cultivates representational futures for architectural production, and 2426, an exhibition and performance space in Los Angeles. He has written about architecture for the journals Pidgin, Nova Organa, Project, ARPA, Room 1000, and elsewhere and contributed to the books How to Level a Foundation (2017) and Robotic Fabrication in Architecture, Art and Design (Springer 2014). His work focuses on the role of imaging and tools, and their intersection with labor, design, and documentation.