Kahler Slater Architects, Milwaukee, WI, US, Architectural Intern (Temp)
Aid in the design development and construction documentation of a 580,000 SF high rise in Downtown Milwaukee. (833 E Michigan)
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Nagel Architects, Elm Grove, WI, US, Architectural Intern
-Assistance in some general office operations/functions
-Assistance with the organization and management of architectural projects
-Production of high-quality project designs and construction documents within the project schedule
-Developed and managed BIM infrastructure/standards
Spancrete, Valders, WI, US, Quality Control Technician
Study construction documents to inspect and insure the quality of precast components. In charge of pre-pour checks. Perform concrete quality sampling and testing.
Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), Los Angeles, CA, US, MArch, Architecture
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI, US, Bachelors, Architecture
Chicago Studio w/ Neil Frankel (FAIA)
15 credits devoted to design excellence backed by investigative research. The Chicago Studio simulates the professional setting through teamwork and collaborative design in an office setting.
Senior Honors Project
Investigated the potential of active solar systems to light spaces through a series of light quality studies under the guidance of Greg Thomson.
Member of the Honors College
Discussion based seminars with the most talented and motivated students of UWM.
Study Abroad: Japan
Studied the juxtaposition of the traditional and contemporary architecture while aiding in the measuring and historical documentation of a traditional house. Traveled to Wakayama, Osaka, Kyoto, Miyama, and Tokyo.
Crisis-Ready Stadium, Honorable Mention
$500 Prize for a futuristic spin on a hurricane-proof stadium.
Solar Energy Power Design Winner, Honorable Mention
A close runner up to have our pavilion built in St. Louis. The pavilion is a celebration of solar light, using rays to create and define space in playful ways.
Completed summer before 4th year of undergraduate studies.
Collaborative Partner: Steven Schnieder