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ULUM VITAE ULUM VITAE EDUCATION

[2002 - 2007] University of Oklahoma Bachelor of Architecture

OBSERVATIONS [2007 - 2010] Barton Myers Associates Inc. Architects & Planners Los Angeles, CA Participated in planning and design of the Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Center in Orlando, Florida from schematic design through construction documents. [2006 - 2007] Beyond Metal Inc. Design and Fabrication Workshop Oklahoma City, OK Participated in design, fabrication and administration of metal sculpture, furniture, installations and other related projects.

SAVVY Aptitude and creativeness in construction methods and techniques. Highlights - Welding certification in fillet and groove welds Strong graphic and verbal communication skills. Unique ability in performing rootcause analysis and problem resolution through critical eye attributes. Formal training in Autodesk Revit and applied knowledge of BIM methods, applications and restrictions related to professional practice Experimentation with scripting and explicit history techniques in the development of digital models

TECHNICAL Autodesk AutoCAD, Autodesk Revit, Rhinoceros v4 Maxwell Render, Sketchup, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe In-Design, Adobe Dreamweaver Microsoft Office


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CURRICULUM VITAE

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DR. PHILLIPS CENTER

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FROGTOWN BENCH

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PROJECT Dr. P. Phillips Orlando Performing Arts Center LOCATION Orlando, Florida SITE Nine acre, two-block development located in the heart of downtown Orlando PROGRAM Performing arts facility comprised of three theaters: 2,700 seat Broadway-style Amplified Theater, 300 seat Community Theater, 1700 Acoustic Theater. Facilty includes lobby and patronage space, back-of-house technical spaces, administration space, and an extensive education space

SIZE 330,000 SF

DATES INVOLVED 2007-2010 INVOLVMENT Responsibilities included lead coordinator for exterior envelope as well as detail and engineering coordination for lobby ‘wave wall’

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Dr. P. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts Public Plaza & Commercial Development Orlando City Hall Future Mixed-Use Development Adjacent Central Business District


View East towards Main Entrance from Public Plaza

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The Dr. P. Phillips Orlando Performing Arts Center is the centerpiece of a two block redevelopment of downtown Orlando. Designed as a comprehensive home to Orlando’s art organizations as well as traveling road shows to Orlando, the Center is intended to garner a new social and cultural spirit to this often forgotten city. To serve its role as a cultural catalyst, the Center includes a major arts education component as well as residential, office and commercial space. The site is opposite city hall with another major goal to create a meaningful civic space that will become the symbolic center of the city.

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1. Lobby 2. Rotunda 3. Banquet Room 4. Sponsor’s Room 5. Wave Wall 6. Roof Terrace 7. Broadway Theater 8. Community Theater 9. Music Hall

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10. Large Rehearsal Room 11. Small Rehearsal Room 12. Admini Offices 13. Education Area 14. Dressing Rooms 15. Scene Transfer 16. Loading Dock

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1. Lobby 2. Rotunda 3. Banquet Room 4. Sponsor’s Room 5. Wave Wall 6. Roof Terrace 7. Broadway Theater 8. Community Theater 9. Music Hall

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10. Large Rehearsal Room 11. Small Rehearsal Room 12. Admini Offices 13. Education Area 14. Dressing Rooms 15. Scene Transfer 16. Loading Dock

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The exterior envelope of the Performing Arts Center consists of three primary divisions; glass curtianwall, brick facade and a metal deck canopy roof. The glass curtainwall and brick facade conceal the public and private areas of the Center, respectively. The visual and materialistic dichotomy of these two envelope systems strengthen the revealing nature and strict ‘trueness’ of this modernist center. All the while, the metal deck canopy roof acts as a solar shade and overall border to the building, framing the public lobby within the context of the urban fabric. 1 Glass Curtainwall 2 Brick Facade 3 Metal Deck Canopy Roof


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Barton Myers sketch of Theater drums, exposed as objects to the lobby The lobby of the Performing Arts Center is the public gathering space and circulation space for theater patrons. It is four levels and is spatially divided into three sections, corresponding to each theater. The primary spatial and design element of the lobby is the ‘Wave Wall’, a threedimensionally curved concrete wall that faces the theater drums while acting as acoustic seperator for each theater. This curving wall travels the length of the lobby and ultimately acts as the spatial and physical mediator between public and private, patron and performer, lobby and stage.


LOBBY WAVE WALL 6” Concrete “Wave Wall” Vertical Steel Tubes Horizontal Steel Beams Broadway Theater and Superstructure Mechanical Valance and Stem Wall

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Rendering of Lobby and Wave Wall as seen from Level 4

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Theater and concert halls must provide a unique meeting place between living people, where a live performance can enrapture spectator and performer alike.� Richard Pilbrow

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BROADWAY THEATER BROADWAY THEATER This 2800 seat hall is a proscenium style theater which features electrical amplification to accommodate large local and traveling Broadway-style performance groups.

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This 300 seat multi-purpose h theater and a black-box sty groups in the performance accommoda

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hall is a cross between a proscenium style yle theater. It will primarily service local of theater, dance and music as well as ate educational functions.

THEATER MUSIC HALL MUSIC HALL This 1700 seat hall is a multi-purpose theater with the ability to change seating configuration based on performance type and requirements. It provides a sound acoustic environment for local and traveling orchestras, ballets and operas.


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Perspective of Broadway Stage as seen from Level 2


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Perspective of Stage and Hall taken from Upstage Right

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Perspective of Music Hall stage in Orchestra configuration taken from Second Tier


FROG PROJECT Frogtown Bench LOCATION Los Angeles, California SITE NA PROGRAM Design and construct bench for display at local art-walk SIZE 11’-8” in length and 1’-9” in width with a total volume of 1.646 cubic feet

DATES INVOLVED 2009 INVOLVMENT Collaborated with partner in the design and full construction of concrete bench

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PUSHING AND PULLING This bench sought to challenge the dichotomic relationship between aggressive form and physical stability and investigate how pushing this normally stable balance can change perceptions about a common type of furniture. By using a monolithic material such as concrete, this exploration became a competitive conversation about the role of shape and structure in design. The shape was born out of an intuitive and ethereal process of fairing lines and vectors, forming the curves and edges that move, intersect and cross along the length of the bench. These curves, defining the outline of the shape, travel out and up at both ends to create two slivers of concrete. It is at these ends that the balance between shape and stability start to waiver.

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The developed fragility created by the delicate and exagerated shape, spurned a ‘counter-process’ of material reinforcement. This material reinforcement included the addition of reinforcing bars and glass fibers to the concrete as well as a network of reinforcing frames and supports to the conrete formwork. This agitated relationship between shape and structure is ultimately realized and manifested in the skepticism and struggle of the user as they prepare sit on this object.

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PROJECT PLak Residence LOCATION Glendale, California SITE 3,300 SF site with steep grade located in a hillside community overlooking the Los Angeles basin

PROGRAM Single family residential building to house single family of four SIZE 1,650 SF Gross Floor Area,

DATES INVOLVED 2009-2010 INVOLVMENT Responsibilities included drafting plans and sections for estimating and permitting along with creating renderings for client and city approval

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TRASH EL: 106'-1/2"

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1. Garage 2. Lower Terrace 3. Middle Terrace 4. Upper Terrace 5. Living/Dining Room 6. Kitchen 7. Bathroom 8. Bedroom 9. Master Bedroom A

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10. Office 11. Roof Terrace 12. Utility/Service Area A

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Rendering of House Entrance as seen from Street

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EXTERIOR

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VIZUALIZE INTERIOR

Interior Rendering of Living Area and Kitchen


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