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Sarah Donovan Portfolio


Sarah Donovan

1618 Pullan Ave, Cincinnati Oh, 45206 Phone: 513.263.0746 Email: donovasr@mail.uc.edu Portfolio: http://issuu.com/sedonovan/docs/portfolio-donovan Education

University of Cincinnati: College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning August 2012-Present Relevant Courses: GIS, Land Use, Site Planning and Design, Principles of Design Member of Chi Omega Fraternity and DAAP Ambassador Saint Ursula Academy, Cincinnati Ohio August 2008-May 2012 National Honor Society member- 2011-2012; Honor Roll- 2008-2012

Experience

City of Cincinnati- Department of Trade and Development Jan 2014- May 2014 Intern working with Walnut Hills Redevelopment, Price Hill redevelopment, form based code, and public relations.

Queen City Club May 2012-Present Photographer for large private parties and club events Business Manager’s assistant; part time accounts recievable manager, and receptionist Cosmic Skate Shop October 2010-August 2012 Final position: Floor Manager Responsible for proper customer relations, building displays for merchandise and store windows

Skills

Software Adobe Photosphop, Illustrator and InDesign, Arc Gis, Auto Cad, Club Data, Microsoft Work, Excel and Powerpoint Other Organization, leadership, working in groups, creativity, detail oriented, communication, ability to self-manage, willing to learn, energetic, knowledge of social media


Table of Contents City of Cincinnati- NEP

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Columbia Tusculum Analysis

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Columbia Tusculum Neighborhood Changes

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Mt. Airy Forest Analysis

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Mt. Airy Forest Model

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Mt. Airy Site Design

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Handrawn Site Plan

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Neighborhood Enhancement Program

Help Plan the Future of Price Hill!

What is your vision for the future of Price Hill? We want to hear from you! Come share your thoughts at the plan kick-off on what you want to see in Price Hill 5, 10 and 15 years from now. During the NEP, we will develop a Strategic Plan for East, West, and Lower Price Hill that will guide the future redevelopment and revitalization of all three of our communities.

Price Hill Plan Kick-off Meeting!

Saturday, March 22, 2014 10am-12pm Holy Family School Cafeteria 3001 Price Avenue RSVP here: www.pricehillplan.eventbrite.com

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Created for the City of Cincinnati’s Neighborhood Enhancement Program for Price Hill, the above postcard was sent to all Price Hill residents and increased meeting attendance from 45 to 287. Programs used: Illustrator, InDesign


Neighborhood Enhancement Program

If you wish to be kept informed of the process, please contact Valerie Daley at the Community Building Institute at Xavier University at daleyv@xavier.edu or 513-745-3316

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City of Cincinnati Two Centennial Plaza 805 Central Ave, Suite720 Cincinnati, Oh 45202

Address

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Created for the City of Cincinnati’s Neighborhood Enhancement Program for Price Hill, the back side of the above postcard provided contact information and credited all participating organizations. Programs used: Illustrator, InDesign


Columbia Tusculum Analysis METRO ROUTE

BIKE ROUTES Columbia-Tusculum does not have designated bike paths throughout their neighborhood. However, three of the main roads in Columbia-Tusculum are bike friendly. These roads are Delta Avenue, Eastern Avenue, and Tusculum Avenue.

The Cincinnati Metro Bus has two routes that run through Columbia-Tusculum and include numerous stops along Delta Avenue and Eastern Avenue. Legend

Bike Friendly Roads Legend Bus Stops Bus Routes

Group project on the analysis of Columbia Tusculum, a Cincinnati, Ohio neighborhood. Programs used: GIS, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign


Columbia Tusculum Analysis Continued POPULATION IN HOUSEHOLDS Siblings Parent

Population in family household

Child

Median age of residents in Columbia-Tusculum is between 26 and 29.

Householder

Spouse

Nonrelatives

Population in nonfamily household

Living alone

The citizens of Columbia-Tusculum contain a wide range of education recieved.

Not living alone

Similar to the first page, these are examples from a group project on the analysis of Columbia Tusculum, a local Cincinnati neighborhood. Programs used: GIS, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Microsoft Excel


Columbia Tusculum Changes Proposal- Streetcar Possible Stops

The best possible location is indicated with the red circle. This would be closest to the neighborhood business district and drop streetcar riders right at the bottom of it. The black circles indicate other possible locations that would be close and more convenient for shoppers and residents.

Continuing from the first two pages, this is about Columbia Tusculum. However, these are proposed changes to the area including the upcoming addition of the Cincinnati Streetcar. Programs used: GIS, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign


Columbia Tusculum Changes Continued Proposal- Streetcar Shelter

The second part of the streetcar proposal is to include a shelter for the stop in Columbia Tusculum. The picture and model above show what the possible shelter would look like.

Continuing from the first two pages, this is about Columbia Tusculum. However, these are proposed changes to the area including the upcoming addition of the Cincinnati Streetcar. Programs used: GIS, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Sketchup Also: Handrawn sketch


Mt. Airy Forest Analysis Existing Uses

Land Uses Legend Buildings Apartment Condo Golf Course Government Buildings Industrial Multi-family residential Single-family residential School Swim Club Mt. Airy Forest

Legend Mt. Airy Forest Single-family (20,000 sf) Single-family (10,000 sf) Single-family (6,000 sf) Single-family (4,000 sf) Single-family (2,000 sf) Mixed Residential Residential Multi-family (2,000 sf) Residential Multi-family (1,200 sf) Residential Multi-family (700 sf) Urban Mix District Office Limited Office General Commercial Neighborhood- Pedestrian Commercial Neighborhood- Mixed Commercial Community- Pedestrian Commercial Community- Mixed Commercial Community- Auto Commercial General Downtown Development District Manufacturing Agricultural Manufacturing Limited Manufacturing General Manufacturing Exclusive Riverfront Residential Riverfront Commercial Riverfront Manufacturing Institutional- Residential Planned Development District Parks and Recreation

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Similar to the Columbia Tusculum Neighborhood Analysis, the Mt. Airy Forest Analysis was a group project to determine specific information on the park. Programs used: GIS, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign


Mt. Airy Forest Model

Based on the topography of the Mt. Airy forest, we created a model out of steyraphom. Each layer is painted a different color to represent the changing slopes. Programs used: GIS Also: Steyraphom, paint


Handrawn

Given the site plan, instructions were to add textures and materials and fill in with color. Materials used: oil pastel, marker, and colored pencil

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