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TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY MAY 2014 GRADUATE DESIGN PORTFOLIO “CREATIVITY

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My full name is Maureen McLaine. I have no middle name, but my mom says that gives me character. I am the middle child of seven girls and the first child in my family to be born in Texas. I discovered my passion for the arts at age two when I drew my first house. My creative thirst then took over and has never gone away. I began swimming when I was nine, and by the age of thirteen, I was competing at the national level. I was recruited by several big named schools all over the country, but I chose Texas A&M because they gave me the opportunity to succeed in athletics as well as academics. While pursuing architecture and design, I served at team captain for the women’s swim team, have been an intern for an architecture and development firm for a year and a half, and am working part time for the athletic department as a graphic design intern. Now a senior at Texas A&M University, I am graduating with a major in Environmental Design and a minor in Art and Architectural History. Graduating in May, I leave with so much more than a degree. I have gained work experience in a field that I love, and knowledge that anything is possible if you dream big enough and stay optimistic.

Through my work experience and four years of studio, I am proficient in several software programs such as: Adobe Creative Suits, Microsoft Office, Revit, Rhino, AutoCAD, Maya, and Sketchup. My internship with Texas A&M has solidified my interest in marketing and graphic design . My experience with the team provided me with leadership, time management, and performing under pressure.

Last Official Day of Class: April 24, 2014

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WHEREDOISEEMYSELF I am looking for a competitive, driven, vibrant work environment that encourages their employees to reach new heights. If I am given the tools, I plan to grow with the company.

HOWTOCONTACTME EMAIL mmclaine@aggienetwork.com PHONE 214.801.9672 LINKED IN http://www.linkedin.com/pub/maureenmclaine/49/88a/b38/


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LEVEL ONE

LEARN.

CREATE.

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PAINT SHOP STAIRWELL A COSTUME SHOP EAST ENTRY STAIRWELL B LIGHTLOCK A LIGHTLOCK C SOUTH ENTRY OUTDOOR SPACE

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PAINT STORAGE BLACK BOX CLOAK ROOM FOYER SCENE SHOP BOX OFFICE LIGHTLOCK B LIGHTLOCK D

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CONNECTIVITY to the park and downtown. SHELTER from Texas sun. SPACE for creativity and growth.

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The CETI Black Box Theater is designed for historic Downtown Bryan, where after school performances and the opportunity to expand one’s creativity is granted. CETI serves educational, administrative, and theatrical programs while following LEED guidelines for energy efficiency. Divided into Back of House and Front of House, a separation of public and private space grants patrons the mystery of the black box theater. A variance in texture and structural visibility allows community education to take place in and out of the classrooms. The park next to the theater offers shade, noise reduction from the nearby train, and wayfinding to the theater.

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Model building has been a critical part of my design experience. By bringing the design to life through physical models, we are able to express intent, scale, and vernacular through sight and touch. I have experience with bones models, section cut models, and shells.

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D Y N A M I C

spirited. active. zestful. vigorous. forceful. powerful. architecture.


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DYNAMO was inspired by what it means to be “dynamic”. A small site located in Downtown Bryan, the client needed a house that offered privacy in a high traffic area. The three story home creates a hierarchal order to the spaces. By progressing the home from public to private, the client is able attain prospect and refuge. The roof angles protect the windows by maximizing views, light, and privacy. The slanted roofs flow into a water collection tank and pond at the back of the property.

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Outside the Architecture building, there is an inaccessible concrete parking lot that has potential to serve as a refuge for the students that “live” in their studio. Two pavilions with different levels and elevations create minimal or maximum privacy, depending on the user’s wants and needs. To keep with the campus vernacular, concrete serves as the structural facade of the pavilions. Accents of timber along the openings provide warmth and retreat.

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R E T R E A T. R E G R O U P. R E I M A G I N E .

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Northgate Corridor Competition was a one week design charrette with Environmental Design, Construction Science, and Landscape Design students collaborating to come up with a renovation proposal for the Northgate area of College Station, TX. My group focused the redesign efforts around the circulation and increasing storm water management practices. We had one week to design the street redevelopment, storm water collection features, pedestrian corridors, and green space connectivity. The plan was proposed at the end of the week in front of developers, architects, and the mayor of College Station.

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Photography. Client Relations. Business

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-Brochures -Posters -Advertisements -Renderings

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Thinking. Print and Web design:

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Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Microsoft Office.

WHENDIDISTART August 2012

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Software Use: Revit, Sketchup,

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The design to the left is the title page for the Track and Field Hall of Fame pamphlet designed by the graphic design team which I edited.

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Working with the marketing and branding department has given the opportunity to combine my passions for creative thinking and athletics. Through this opportunity, I was able to give back to the program that shaped my future.

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I am currently working as a graphic design and branding intern for Texas A&M Athletics. My responsibilities include but are not limited to: Designing Web and Print ads, Schedule cards, Roster cards, Templates, Brochures, and Large scale Posters. I work with directly with the head of the branding department and assist the marketing and branding of all NCAA sports at the University.

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Designed and built my freshman year, the shelving unit is able to be assembled and taken apart without glue or nails. When disassembled, Each individual component is small enough to fit inside a large suitcase for easy transportation.

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I have taken various drawing classes throughout my college career. As technology becomes dominant in the way we approach art, the combination of hand drawings and their integration into software based designs allows for a personal approach to art and design.

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“McKinney Sunrise Part One” Maureen McLaine


“McKinney Sunrise Part Two”

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“McKinney Sunrise Part Three” Maureen McLaine


different perspective Part One” 36 “APhoto by Maureen McLaine


“God’s Rays on Smokey Mountain Part One” Photo by Maureen McLaine

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as Art Part One” 38 “Structure Photo by Maureen McLaine


Lincoln Memorial Reflection Pool Photo by Maureen McLaine


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ACTIVITIES

Texas A&M Women’s Swim Team College Station, TX Varsity Athlete • • • • • • • • •

Appointed Team Captain through team and coach vote (2012-2013) Appointed Head of Spirit Committee through team captain vote (2010-2012) NCAA All American (2010-2013) Academic Honor Roll (2010-2013) Successfully led the team to the fourth straight top ten finish Collaborated and communicated with the team to maximize team motivation and enthusiasm Recipient of athletic scholarship Completed a full academic course schedule Liaison for team with media relations, athletic staff, and various clubs and organizations

Emerging Green Building Organization •

Collaborate with organizations in the community to spread awareness about sustainability and ecoeffectiveness through design and architecture

Aggie Athletes Involved (AAI) •

Successfully rallied athletes to engage in community service in the college station area

Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) • Collaborated with athletes in various sports to schedule volunteer opportunities and events and discuss current campus issues • Assisted in the organization of community outreach activities for student athletes

Maureen McLaine I Architecture and Design Enthusiast Call: 214.801.9672 Write: mmclaine@aggienetwork.com

QUALIFICATIONSUMMARY Environmental design student with work experience in architecture, graphic design, and branding. Former NCAA All American with a competitive drive and understanding of a team.

EDUCATION

Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas Bachelor of Environmental Design Minor in Art and Architectural History Graduation Date: May 2014

August 2009 - Present Under-level GPA: 3.1 Upper-level GPA: 3.6

WORKEXPERIENCE

Texas A&M Athletics College Station, TX Marketing and Graphic Design Intern • • • • •

Preparing print and web designs for Aggie Athletics Working closely with the senior graphic designer Designing and creating media ranging from web advertisements to roster cards Successfully engaging in multiple tasks simultaneously Collaborating with the graphic design team to produce cohesive and effective designs

LaurelHouse Studio Bryan, TX Architecture and Graphics Intern • • • • • • • • • • • •

August 2013- Present

Preparing legal construction documents Designing print and web media for branding and marketing Site Preparation Construction management Residential and Commercial design and development Historic Renovations Photography Business Analysis Successfully engaging in multiple initiatives simultaneously Communicating and collaborating with current and potential clients Managed architectural competition project located in Bryan, Texas Developed and maintaining mentor relationship with founder and CEO

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Designed a children’s theater and neighboring park in Downtown Bryan Coordinated and collaborated with a student partner, licensed architect, and engineers Designed an ADA accessible building Worked extensively in AutoCAD, Revit, Rhino, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and photography

Bryan Municipal Golf Course Competition Bryan, TX Project Manager Selected based on previous leadership and design success Successfully led a team to design a proposal for the competition Collaborated and communicated with a team to produce a cohesive design Successfully learned new design software in two days

Texas A&M Swim Camp Texas A&M University Group Leader Created and executed a daily training program for twenty counselors Successfully mentored a group of campers in teamwork and technique Assessed and regulated camp finances Worked extensively with client relations

Nursing Home Design Competition Texas A&M University Participant • •

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Developed skills in Adobe Creativesuite, Revit, and ADA requirements Developed and maintained mentor relationship with instructor

SKILLS Experience: Leadership. Branding. Graphic Design. Architecture. Construction Documents Art History Marketing. Client Relations. Small Business Operations

Software: AutoCAD. Revit. Sketchup. Rhino. Adobe Photoshop. InDesign. Illustrator. Maya. Microsoft Office.

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USITT Theatre Design Competition Bryan, TX Participant

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