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So..where to start? What makes me so unique compared to everyone else pursuing a career in architecture? It is my constant willing-ness to question,challenge and understand architecture and its relationship to people over time. I find this to be an extremely difficult challenge because you are designing a timeless architecture. One that must have multiple life spans and life cycles. Urban interventions, architecture, art installations all have the ability to perform over these life spans. I find myself ambitious over this because with the graphic representation skills I posess I can see these cycles come to life in order to make an impact for the future. This idea of designing something timeless with the ability to adapt is exciting to me because you are designing for the people and context that become the constant variable,ever changing.
Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York, NY, US, Production/Curatorial Intern
DARCH Architecture Design, New York, NY, US, Intern Architect
Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ, US, Masters, Master of Mechanical Engineering, focus in Product Architecture + Engineering
The Product-Architecture Lab at Stevens Institute of Technology is a pioneering graduate program integrating the study of Architecture, Engineering, Product Design, and Interaction.
The program overcomes longstanding deficiencies in design education by creating a distinctive fusion of design culture and technology through the disciplines of computation, analysis, and advanced production methodologies.
The goals and objectives of this program are:
To prepare a new generation of design professionals that are fluent in cutting-edge technology and working methodologies.
To use performance criteria to design and engineer expressive environments and form.
To push design computation beyond form finding and visualization towards form resolution and fabrication.
To integrate the study of information management and communication with digital and physical manifestations of data.
The curriculum focuses upon immersion in the tools that inform the program's design objectives, and creates opportunities for students to undertake applied research on real projects and collaborate with designers, engineers, scientists and manufacturers at the most progressive design firms in the metropolitan New York area.
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Newark, NJ, US, BArch, Architecture
Bachelor of Architecture with a Minor in Environmental Studies and Sustainability
Mercer County Community College, Trenton,NJ, US, Architecture
The U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon challenges collegiate teams to design, build, and operate solar-powered houses that are cost-effective, energy-efficient, and attractive. The winner of the competition is the team that best blends affordability, consumer appeal, and design excellence with optimal energy production and maximum efficiency.
1st Place Overall
1st Place Architecture (Juried)
1st Place Engineering (Juried)
1st Place Communications (Juried)
1st Place Market Appeal (Juried)
1st Place Appliances
1st Place Home Life
2014 Arch Schools AIA NY, Nomination
The AIA New York Chapter, 2014 Arch Schools, our annual exhibition of exemplary student work from thirteen area architecture schools.
My 5th year comprehensive studio project was selected to represent NJIT in the exhibit.
The City College of New York
The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art
New Jersey Institute of Technology
New York Institute of Technology
Parsons the New School for Design
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
University at Buffalo (SUNY)
University of Pennsylvania
Vectorworks Design Scholarship 2014, Scholarship
A chance for students across all disciplines to receive a scholarship by submitting their best design, created in any software program.
Competition Finalist - Built Project.
Sukkahville is an international design competition that challenges entrants to re-imagine the Sukkah. A Sukkah is a temporary structure built during the Jewish festival of Sukkot to commemorate the 40 years that Jews spent wandering the desert. It is described as a symbolic wilderness shelter, symbolizing the frailty and transience of life. Proposing an innovative Sukkah design that balances the dichotomies of new/old, open/closed, temporary/permanent is the challenge inherent in this competition.
NJIT Design Showcase Award, 3rd Place
NJIT PCI Studio Publication - NJIT's Resilient Design Center, Other
NJIT 3rd Year Design Award, 2nd Place
Njit Abellon Agora India Project Publication, Other
NJIT Brick Build Design Competition, 2nd Place
MCCC Architecture Scholarship, Scholarship
MCCC Architecture Award, Award
NJ Stars Scholarship, Scholarship