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E DUC AT ION UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
SK I LLS + EX P ERT I SE PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE Site surveying and pre-design analysis, schematic design, design development, construction documentation and technical detailing, engineering and consultant coordination, permit submission, collaboration with city planning and historic preservation commissions, construction administration, project management, graphic design, hand sketching, hand and digital drafting, rendering, model making, diagramming, woodworking, photography.
Master of Architecture, Path 2 Candidate Certificate in Urban Design Candidate Expected Graduation May 2019
SOFTWA RE Revit, Autocad, Rhinoceros, Sketchup, V-ray, Maxwell, Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, ArcGIS, Grasshopper, Rescheck, Comcheck, Climate Consultant, Microsoft Office.
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS
MUSIC / VIDEO
Bachelor of Science in Architecture Minor in Music Graduated May 2014 GPA: 3.42/4.0, Major GPA: 3.6/4.0 Dean’s List: Spring 2012, Fall 2012, Spring 2013
Music recording, mixing, and post-production, film sound, sound editing and manipulation, music composition, video editing, Sony Acid, Sony Vegas, Adobe Premier, Protools, Finale, guitar, bass, mandolin, piano, drums.
SIDWELL FRIENDS SCHOOL Washington, DC: Graduated May 2010
WO RK EXPER IE N C E DESIGN STUDIO TEACHING ASSISTANT University of Virginia School of Architecture ARCH 2010: Foundation Studio II, ‘The City’ Charlottesville, VA: August 2017 - Present Responsible for providing second year architecture students feedback and guidance on their studio projects.
R EV I EW C R I T I C EX P E RI ENCE FM FOUNDATION 1 Temple University, Prof. Snezana Litvinovic December 16, 2014 (Mid-Review) December 8, 2016 (Final Review) ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN V Temple University, Prof. Philip Crosby/Andrew Hayes October 23, 2016 (Mid-Review) November 20, 2016 (Mid-Review) FM FOUNDATION II
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNER / PROJECT MANAGER Atrium Design Group Philadelphia, PA: August 2014 - August 2017 Responsible for the design, coordination, and delivery of residential and commercial mixeduse projects in the Philadelphia area. Primary tasks included conducting site surveys, developing schematic plan and massing strategies, producing finalized design documents for client approval, preparing zoning and building permit documents, drafting and overseeing the development of construction sets and details in collaboration with structural, MEP, civil, and geotechnical engineers, conducting product and material research, and helping to resolve construction administration issues that arise on building sites. DESIGN STUDIO TEACHING ASSISTANT Washington University School of Architecture Introduction to Design Processes I & II St. Louis, MO: August 2013 - May 2014 Responsible for providing first year architecture students with feedback and guidance on their studio projects. ARCHITECTURE INTERN Landis Construction Corporation Washington, DC: August 2012 Assisted office with “as-built” and working drawings, Revit, designing marketing flyers, and permit filing. A RC HI T E C T U R E I NTE R N PGA Design Build LLC Rockville, MD: June 2012 – July 2012 Assisted office with working drawings, printing and plotting, web presence and permit filing.
Temple University, Prof. Snezana Litvinovic April 14, 2016 (Mid-Review) April 26, 2016 (Final Review) April 2017 (Final Review) DESIGN 6: TECTONIC STUDIO Philadelphia University, Prof. Evan Litvin April 2015 (Mid-Review) May 5, 2015 (Final Review)
AC T I V I T I ES + HO NORS CAREER CENTER STUDENT COMPETITION WINNER Winning entry in competition to redesign career office Washington University in St. Louis, April 2014 FREDERICK WIDMANN AWARD NOMINEE Nominated as candidate for award in Design Excellence Washington University in St. Louis, May 2014 “LOOKING FORWARD” DESIGN COMPETITION Re-Imagining The Athenaeum of Philadelphia Individual design competition entry, January 2015 ALPHA RHO CHI: PHILON CHAPTER Honorary fraternity for architecture and the allied arts Design and construction team for 2012 Thurtene arch MATERIAL MONSTER: 2014 EXHIBITION Environmental justice art installation in St. Louis, MO Part of design and construction team, January 2014 - May 2014
Published on Feb 28, 2013