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Project Manager / Senior Architect in Pittsburgh, PA, with family in the San Francisco Bay Area
Expertise in Hospitality, Restaurant Design, Retail, Healthcare, Interior Architecture
Licensed architect, LEED Accredited Professional, AIA Member, NCARB certified
M. Arch. from Princeton University, 2001
B.S. in Arch. from University of Virginia, 1998
Member of 2012 Class of Pittsburgh's 50 Finest
Board Member, Edgewood Foundation
Edgewood Foundation, Edgewood, PA, US, Board Member & Webmaster
Community Design Center of Pittsburgh (CDCP), Pittsburgh, PA, US, Volunteer / Design Consultant
Desmone & Associates Architects, Pittsburgh, PA, US, Project Manager / Senior Architect
The Hillier Group, Princeton, NJ, US, Project Planner / Architectural Assistant to Principal-in-Charge
The Hillier Group, Princeton, NJ, US, Architectural Intern, full-time
The Hillier Group, Princeton, NJ, US, Summer Intern 1999
Jonathon A. Booth, Architect, Far Hills, NJ, US, Summer Intern 1998
Jonathon A. Booth, Architect, Far Hills, NJ, US, Summer Intern 1997
The Brady Studio, P.C., Bernardsville, NJ, US, Summer Intern 1996
Tylman R. Moon, Architect, Flemington, NJ, US, Summer Intern 1995
Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, US, MArch, Masters Program
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, US, Bachelors, B.S. in Architecture
Pittsburgh's 50 Finest, 2012, Award
Pittsburgh’s 50 Finest are 50 of the city’s most accomplished and eligible men and women. These outstanding professionals are selected on the basis of their activity in the community and success in their careers.
Personally raised over $8,600 towards the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation over a 4-month period. This exceeded the goal set by the organization of $2,500/person.
The 2012 class of Pittsburgh's 50 Finest has raised more money for CFF than any other Finest class in the country... ever. Grand total was over $300,000.
The People’s Choice Award presented by AIA Pittsburgh provides the public the opportunity to vote for a favorite design project by visiting the Design Pittsburgh online exhibit.
One award is presented per year.
Design projects eligible for the 2011 People’s Choice Award are for design submissions in the Architecture, Historic Preservation, and Interior Architecture categories. Votes are collected on the Design Pittsburgh website and tallied by AIA Pittsburgh. The winning design is determined by popular votes cast and announced at the Design Awards Ceremony.