I am a recently graduated Architecture Student from University of Ulster, Belfast seeking fun and challenging work experience in the U.S. I would describe myself as primarily a designer and creator inspired on most things creative; cinematography, photography, sculpture and painting to name but a few.
I hope to find employment within an office that explores a broad scope of architecture. In return I can bring enthusiasm and vigor to your practice, as well as detail-orientated eye. I also am reliable and very flexible.
I intend to add more images of other projects once they are adequately edited.
Teague and Sally Architects, Tyrone, GB, Architectural Assistant/Intern
A short internship whereupon I drafted architectural drawings for senior architects. I also helped with clerical jobs and some model making experiments.
University of Ulster, Belfast, GB, BArch, Architecture
A principally design led school of Architecture in the heart of Belfast city center, Northern Ireland. I am currently awaiting graduation in December, however the term has now finished. I am projected to receive a first class honors or a second class honors higher division.
My learning experience focused on the experimentation and completion of an architectural design. We were encouraged to physically model and draw an architectural idea, representing material, structural, detail and atmosphere as accurately as possible in order to make informed decisions.
Mention in Architect's Journal, Honorable Mention
My work was regarded as outstanding at University of Ulster's prize-giving and was subsequently mentioned in an article by Stephen Best, an Architect and Architectural Journalist in the digital edition of the Architects Journal (07.26.12).
Best Performance in Third Year, 1st Place
Awarded for the best performance in my year by the University of Ulster Head of School. This award applies to my application of efforts in the architecture class (I helped set up an architectural society and debates) and through my educational achievements (I achieved a mark of 80 in my final third year project)