Brett Price Education
163 Lakeview Drive Falmouth, KY 41040 859-663-5886 email@example.com
University of Cincinnati: Class of 2017 Bachleor of Urban Planning, School of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning
Deans List: Fall 2012, Spring 2013, Fall 2013
Pendleton County Memorial High School: Class of 2012
GATES City Planning Workshop, Pendleton County School Distric Falmouth, KY March 2013-Present Shared knowledge gained in my first year as an Urban Planning student to middle school students. Led a trip to the local community development office. The students were encouraged to think critically about their community and how planning could improve it. Their projects are ongoing and will be presented to local government officials. McBride Dale Clarion Cincinnati, Ohio January 2014-April 2014 Worked as a coop student in this private planning consulting firm. Assisted office staff with urban planning consultation work and developed organization systems for the office working environment. Busken Bakery Cincinnati, OH August 2013-December 2013 Worked as a Bakery Clerk. This job included: selling product, cleaning, stocking merchandise, and doing all duties with a smile. Kincaid Regional Theatre Falmouth, KY Summer 2007-Present Performed in Broadway musical style productions. Tasks included: acting, singing, and dancing.
Computer Skills: Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, GIS, proficient in Autocad, Microsoft Office: Word, Powerpoint, Excel
CONTENTS CAMP WASHINGTON ANALYSIS
SYCAMORE AND BROADWAY REDVELOPMENT
DRAWING SKILLS pages 8-11 PHOTOSHOP RENDERINGS pages 12-13 MIDDLE SCHOOL PLANNING WORKSHOP pages 14-15
Camp Washington Analysis The following pieces were part of a studio group project focusing on the Cincinnati neighborhood of Camp Washington. The 3D model to the right was created using Rhino design, laser and hand cutting. The maps on page 5 were created using ArcGIS and Adobe Illustrator.
left: street classification above: figure ground
Camp Washington Analysis After contacting neighborhood leaders and residents, the group worked to create proposals to meet the neighborhoodâ€™s needs.
One solution was to develop a neighborhood grocery site. This plan included: a grocery store, farmers market, reading garden, and a bar area to attract visitors from a nearby museum. Note the brightly colored design elements in the farmers market, these structures are meant to act as art and furniture for visitors.
Sycamore and Broadway Redevelopment The Sycamore and Broadways Redvelopment is a proposed urban redesign project in downtown Cincinnati. The following images were created using Autocad Architecture, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe Photoshop.
-view from southwest
-view from southeast key retail office residential
Drawing Skills The following hand-drawn renderings were completed in freshman studio.
residential site plan
streetscape drawn from panoramic photo
Mt. Airy Forest (Cincinnati) handrawn Site Analysis.
potential improvements to the area around the new Highway 22 Bridge in Falmouth, KY. The images are being used for discussion
In the fall 2013 studio students were tasked to complete renderings of various locations on the University of Cincinnati campus. The above left drawing is a treelined public space between academic buildings and an arterial road. The above right drawing is the Langsam Library Square.
Photoshop Renderings The intersection of Highway 22 and Main Street in Falmouth, Kentucky has recently been modified due to the construction of a new bridge.
This rendering shows potential improvements to the area, such as lighting and vegetation. This rendering was also created for discussion in land use and site planning classes, focusing on development in flood plains.
An underutilized alley in Falmouth reimagined with a focus in public art. The design was inspired by public space in Columbus, Indiana.
Middle School PlanningWorkshop Every year a recent graduate of Pendleton County High School is selected to share knowledge gained in their first year of college to students in the middle school Gifted and Talented program. I was given this opportunity in the spring of 2013. I was tasked to develop a workshop that not only taught the basics of planning, but sessions that encouraged the students to think critically about the development of Falmouth, Kentucky. Student activities included: meeting the community development director, taking a walking tour of the city, learning basic planning principles, and basic drawing skills. The faculty of the Gifted and Talented program was very pleased with the studentsâ€™ work and would like to continue the sessions in the future.
Students discuss the site planning of a new commercial area with the community development dircetor.
Students put their drawing skills to use, imagining an improved streetscape.
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“As I begin my search for professional planning experience I keep this quote in mind, ‘Twenty years from now you will be more dissapointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.’ This encourages me to take advantage of the many opportunities I’m offered in life. Each day is a privilege.”
Second Year Urban Planning student at the University of Cincinnati, DAAP