A passionate architect and designer, and graduate of Syracuse University School of Architecture, my experience in the last five years has brought me all over the world and shown me the power of architecture.
Perkins Eastman, New York City, Junior Architect
Working primarily in Revit, creating schematic, design and construction documents. Managing BIM on projects and aiding employees in adoption of Revit. Coordinating with consultants and working with contractors and owners. Working in Photoshop and Illustrator to create presentation drawings and renderings.
Clarke Caton Hintz, Trenton, NJ, US, Intern Architect
Worked primarily in Revit creating construction documents, families, schematic
models, renderings, and presentation drawings.
Operated in AutoCAD and with Adobe Suite to create presentation drawings
Attended meetings with designers, consultants, and participated in surveys.
Konyk Architecture PC, Brooklyn, NY, US, Intern Architect
Built model of museum exhibition project for client meetings for exhibition at the International Center of Photography in New York, NY
Firmenich, Inc, Plainsboro, NJ, US, Research and Development Intern
Interned with organic chemistry lab, performed experiments and was published in 4 internal reports.
Used GC, NMR and Mass Spectroscopy technologies.
Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, US, BArch, Architecture
Completed 5-year BArch Program
Graduated Cum Laude with GPA of 3.4
Studied Abroad in London and Florence
Won Chancellor's Award for Public Engagement for involvement in Play Perch Project
Participated in student organizations including Peer Advisers, Architectural Student Organization, American Institute for Architecture Students
East Brunswick High School, East Brunswick, NJ, US, High School, High School
GPA of 3.9
Participated in many school clubs
National Honor Society
New Jersey State Champion of the National "We The People" Constitution
Attended multiple Model United Nations Conferences and won awards in Model UN and Model Congress
Chancellor's Award for Public Engagement and Scholarship, Award
Part of a group receiving Syracuse University's Chancellor's Award for Public Engagement due to involvement in the Play Perch Project, an independent study course in which students designed and built a treehouse for a local Syracuse preschool. The project was made possible by fundraising by students and through the design and construction work of the students.
My involvement was in schematic design, marketing, fundraising, documentation and promotion, as well as construction.