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J.D. Gutermuth 222 SW Harrison Street, Apt. 2F — Portland, OR 97201 — Phone: (404) 276-5785 — Web: — E-Mail:

Career Objective I seek to use my skills as a designer, maker, and thinker to responsibly contribute to the culture of a place, its people, and its environment.

Education University of Oregon, Portland

Fall 2012-present

Pursuing a Masters of Architecture with a cluster focus of craft and fabrication

Clemson University

Fall 2007-Fall 2011

Earned a Bachelors of Arts in Architecture. Minor in Art with a specialization in Photography. Semester abroad in Paris studying French (Summer 2010), New York City studying Architecture (Summer 2010), and Barcelona studying Architecture (Fall 2010). Founding member of Clemson Student Organic Farm Design-Build Project (Fall 2009-ongoing). Participated in the “Haint Blue” design-build team for an architecture folly at the Cameron Art Museum in Wilmington, NC. GPA: 3.35

Skills Architecture: Strong sense of space, strong design philosophy, proficient physical model building, working digital graphics/modeling, sustainability minded Photography: Large format (4x5) film photography, 35mm film photography, darkroom development (all b&w formats), black and white printmaking, working digital photography Fabrication: Basic woodworking, basic metalworking, working digital fabrication

Experience Vertical Farm Charleston Intern, Clemson, Charleston, SC

Summer 2011

• Researched the concept of Vertical Farming • Designed Master Plan for Jordan Hall Roof Farm Pilot • Facilitated Community Charrettes in Charleston for site selection and programming of the Vertical Farm

Valet- Eagle Parking, Atlanta, GA

Summer 2008

• Managed valet services for fine dining restaurant. • Provided high-end customer service at five other locations in the Atlanta area.

Awards Eagle Scout Award, Boy Scouts of America Deans List, Clemson Architecture, Fall 2010 President’s List, Clemson University, Fall 2011

Volunteer Work Special Awards Judge, Future Cities Competition for Middle School Students, January 21, 2012


Resume, updated Winter 2013