Education: University of Cincinnati - Cincinnati, OH
2017 Bachelor of Science for interior design Mercy High School - Farmington Hills, MI 2012 High School Diploma
588 S. Main St. Plymouth MI 48170 T: (248) 231-8111 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Accomplishments: Graduated From Mercy High School: 3.76 GPA, Phi Beta
Kappa Cum Laudi, honors in math and science, National Honor Society Member Four years varsity swimming: All Catholic, All County, All State, All American, 200 medley relay varsity record holder, graduated as first undefeated class, league champions since 1960â€™s, seven time Oakland County Champions, five time State Champions Opened small retail business in downtown Plymouth, MI for four summers partnering with my mother to gain business knowledge and experience Scholastic art awards: Gold Key for Photography Portfolio, Honorable Mention for photograph and two fibers pieces Girl Scout for 13 years and counting, Program Aid University of Detroit Jesuit High School stage crew for three years
Activities: Alpha Rho Chi
Experience: Goldfish Swim School â€“ Farmington Hills, MI Swim instructor and lifeguard, Summer 2012 Penny S. Flury DDS PC â€“ Plymouth, MI Office and sterilization assistant, 2009-2012
Basic: Revit, Rhino, SketchUp Intermediate: Illustrator, PremierPro, wood shop Experienced: Photoshop, InDesign, Microsoft Office, drafting, modeling, sketching 02
dieterly vocal center
series of six
cincinnati art museum mixed media
reading posture model
Made from basswood. Armature purposed to cradle a 6x6 plaster cube. Is a continuation on the idea of cascading folds in a material seemingly unfoldable.
UNIT WALL GROUP PROJECT
Assigned to a group, we were challenged to create a single unit that could be rapidly produced with properties that allow for three unique connections. Made from 2x4â€™s and plywood, we created a double A frame like unit. Team members: Ayla London, Maeve McCarthy, Kevin Kastle, Tom Mahoney, Brenden Carr, Luis Barreta, Michelle Baverman, Laura Kennedy
DEITERLE VOCAL ARTS CENTER MAPPING AND REINTERPRETATION
Made of basswood. Construct was created to resemble Dieterle. Uses line, plane, and volume to describe the organization of the building and the feeling of openness within.
Insertion created to be placed within construct to describe the open space within Dieterle.
SERIES OF SIX
Series involving connections between compositions. Incorporates both drawing and drafting techniques to fuse what Iâ€™ve learned in college with my high school fine arts background.
THE CINCINNATI ART MUSEUM MIXED MEDIA STUDIES
Challenged to produce a collection of mixed media compositions based off of one piece found within The Cincinnati Art Museum.
READING POSTURE MODEL
Study of the different postures in which people comfortably read. Drawn from a collageing of different postures and the combination of models built by three other studio mates, this model includes positions seated at a desk, reclining, and upright.
Introduction to 3D modeling and construction with rhino. Starting with our reading posture models, we were instructed to take it to a larger scale creating a space that holds 15 to 20 individuals.
Published on Oct 7, 2013