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I am an Intern Architect pursuing my provincial registration and currently searching for a new position with a leading Architecture office in Vancouver. I am an organized and responsible employee and thrive within a collaborative design team atmosphere.
Over the past decade, I have worked as an Intern Architect for international offices in Rotterdam and Berlin, as a designer and project manager of high-profile public art installations across the US and Canada, and as the Art Director for a nonprofit artist workspace in New York City.
I was born and raised in New Jersey but have called Vancouver home for the past 7 years.
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Canadian Architect Magazine, Toronto, ON, CA, Contributing Writer
Freelance architectural writing and criticism on Vancouver area projects with topics spanning historic preservation, exhibitions, construction methods, and public space engagement.
Jill Anholt Studio, Vancouver, BC, CA, Designer & Project Manager
Sole employee in studio practice led by architecturally trained artist, Jill Anholt.
Collaborate on all aspects of conceptual development, design, fabrication and project management for large-scale permanent public art installations across the US and Canada.
Produce diagrams, renderings, physical and digital models and drawing documentation from schematic through construction phases.
Coordinate with various design teams, engineers, municipal stakeholders, contractors and trades on over a dozen concurrent projects.
Oversee projects with budgets ranging from $100,000 to $3.5milllion.
Lodge Think Tank, Vancouver, BC, CA, Co-Director
Lodge is an independent research and design firm based in Vancouver. We operate and consult within a cross-disciplinary cloud of architects, creative professionals and the general public, maintaining the contemporary city as our object of focus. With collective training in art, architecture, history and economics, our interest lies in the exchange between the intangible processes and material artifacts that make up the built environment.
The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Adjunct Professor
School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture: Bachelor of Environmental Design (BEnDs): Design Studio 2: Construction(s)
Conceived, developed and taught a 9-credit undergraduate Environmental Design Studio exploring new multi-use development models for Vancouver’s West End.
Sauerbruch Hutton Architects, Berlin, DE, Intern Architect (praktikant)
Intern on large scale commercial high rise in Munich for ADAC, the German Auto Club. Worked on construction phase plans, sections, elevations and physical detail models of facade systems, as well as finalization of signature colour work for two major facade types. I helped coordinate the final construction drawing sets, with various engineering layers, wall tags, door, window and finish schedules.
Döll Atelier voor Bouwkunst, Rotterdam, NL, Intern Architect (stagiair)
Worked on multiple projects at various stages of completion including a winning competition entry for a campus master plan in Germany, a commercial office study, the interior design for a city hall and government offices, as well as a multi-use housing development and school.
Lower East Side Printshop, New York, NY, US, Art Director
Director and coordinator for competitive international residency program and professional artist workspace. Managed teams of interns, administrators and studio assistants to produce high quality editioned multiples, installations and unique printed works. Responsible for project budgets, design direction, knowledge of materials and processes.
Collaborations collected by major institutions such as MoMA, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Whitney Museum of American Art, The New York Public Library, The Rhode Island School of Design and The City of Seattle Art Collection.
NY State Artist Workspace Consortium Travel Grant 2003
Trust for Mutual Understanding - Visiting Artist to Belgrade 2002
The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, CA, MArch, School of Architecture + Landscape Architecture
UBC M.Arch program is a complete, accredited curriculum providing Canadian Architectural Certification Board [CACB] approved professional standing, affording automatic parity with the professional standards set by the US National Architectural Accreditation Board [NAAB]. As with all accredited, professional degrees, the course of study is highly demanding, with a large proportion of the curriculum being assigned to core, required coursework.
My coursework included multiple 3-credit courses in Architectural History, Design Media, Building Technology, Structures, Environmental Systems, Contemporary Theory, and Professional Practice. I completed five 9-credit Design Studios, a core introductory studio, three elective studios including one design-build , and one Comprehensive Building Studio. I also participated in two study abroad terms in Havana and Beijing as well as a co-op placement in the Netherlands. My degree culminated in a 2-term Graduation Project.
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, US, Bachelors, Visual Art & General History
BA degree split equally between studies in American History and Art History at Rutgers College and studies in Visual Art at Mason Gross School of the Arts. My Visual Art concentration was in printmaking and I took courses in lithography, silkscreen, and intaglio processes as well as papermaking and bookbinding. My studio work culminated in a final exhibition as well as a written thesis. I also completed a second major in General History and minor in Art History
The Architecture Canada Honour Roll recognizes those students of an accredited professional degree program of Architecture in Canada who have achieved high academic standing in the top 10% of their graduating class.
For each School of Architecture, a maximum of four students from the top 10 per cent of the graduating class, shall receive honour roll certificates from Architecture Canada.
Vaughn Berg Memorial Prize, Award
A prize for a thesis project that expands beyond the realm of the discipline in architecture and embraces allied disciplines and related practices in arts in a positive and constructive manner.
AIA award to the top-ranking graduating student in each architecture program accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (or CACB for Canadian schools).
A scholarship is offered by Hotson Bakker Boniface Haden for a student in the Master of Architecture program with preference for a student entering third year who has demonstrated excellence in urban design.
Scholarships are made to students who have high overall academic standing and who have demonstrated significant progress and development in design.
A grant to enable four artists from the United States to travel to Belgrade to conduct workshops on printmaking and papermaking at the Faculty of Fine Arts.
Rutgers Undergraduate Research Fellowship, Grant