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Alexander Tomlinson received his Bachelor of Arts in Architecture and a minor in Business Administration from Clemson University in 2011. During his undergraduate career, he studied abroad in Barcelona, Spain (2009, urban planning), and New York City, New York (Summer 2010, Urban Development of Gowanus Canal).
Skills include: Photography, Drawing, Watercolor, Visualization, and 3D modeling. The skills are often incorporated into the design process.
R2L:Architects, Washington, DC, US, Intern Architect
Kaitsen Woo Architects (KWA), New York, NY, US, Intern Architect
Earl Architects, Greenville, SC, US, Intern
The Dish, Atlanta, GA, US, Freelance Designer
Earl Architects, Greenwich, CT, US, Intern
University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, US, International Business
Additional coursework in International Business and Finance. Courses include operations management, managerial accounting, financial accounting, and financial markets and derivatives.
Cumulative GPA: 3.60
Clemson University, Clemson, SC, US, Bachelors, Architecture
Cumulative GPA: 3.78
Business Administration Minor
2011-2010 Vice President, American Institute of Architecture Students
2011 - 2007 SC Life Scholarship, awarded $20,000
2010 Architectural portfolio and resume selected 1st in senior class
2010 - 2009 Treasurer, American Institute of Architecture Students
2010 Gowanus Canal research presented in 'New New York Street Fair
2010 Studio South, Design Build Organization
2009 Senator, Clemson University Student Government
2009 Public Relations Chair, Alpha Tau Omega
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), Barcelona, ES, Study Abroad
Clemson Portfolio Competition, Award
Gained top honors within Clemson University architecture undergraduates for academic architectural excellence and portfolio execution.
Architecture work is currently presented as exemplar work on Clemson University's School of Architecture Gallery.
Life Scholarship, Scholarship
Scholarship cumulating in $20,000.
Fluor Scholarship, Scholarship
Scholarship cumulating in $4,000.