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Born and raised in Omaha, NE. Received a Bachelor Degree of Science in Design (BSD) from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln in May 2012. Currently enrolled at Parsons The New School for Design pursuing a Masters Degree in Architecture. Is currently working at Parsons as a 3D Print Lab Assistant managing the Student and Faculty Resource Center.
LEVENBETTS, New York, NY, US, Intern Architect
Parsons The New School for Design - ARC (3D Print Lab), New York, NY, US, Student Worker
Abruzzo Bodziak Architects, Brooklyn, NY, US, Intern Architect
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Crete Planning and Design Pilot Project, Lincoln, NE and Crete, NE, Intern Architect
The internship was focused on creating a detailed and accurate city plan drawing of Crete, NE for the city to use for future development. The internship was supervised by both UNL Architecture Faculty members, David Karle and Sara Thomas. Responsibilities included: daily site measuring of Downtown Crete and producing accurate and detailed drawings, creating a 3d Model of the city, meeting with community leaders and community residents.
Designers' Ink, Lincoln, NE, US, Intern Architect
Assisted Perry Gauthier, founder of Designers' Ink, in residential and commercial projects. Managed two other interns and supervised all presented material. Met with clients, produced renderings and created schematic and final floor plans.
Parsons The New School for Design, New York, NY, US, MArch, School of Constructed Environments
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE, US, BArch, College of Architecture
"With the general aim to create an integrated urban infrastructure, the proposal for the Beton Hala Waterfront competition by office ReduX creates a way to produce a provocative architectural vision. As programs, spaces and typologies are interwoven, this center is a vision of the future progression of Belgrade as a hub for business and culture. As a result, this allows residents and visitors to experience an ultimate experience of the past, present, and future. More images and architects’ description after the break." - ArchDaily.com