I am a graduate student at The Bernard and Anne School Spitzer School of Architecture, at The City College of New York. I am currently in my third year of study and am working part-time at Peter Gisolfi Associates. I will be graduating school in the spring of 2012 and am interested in seeking full-time employment once I graduate.
I became a LEED Accredited Professional in June 2009, before entering school. I studied geology and environmental science in college, so sensible, intrinsic sustainable design is extremely important to me.
I am constantly pushing myself to improve in all areas of architecture, be they design sense or technical ability. My programs of choice are Rhino (and Grasshopper), but I am proficient in AutoCAD and Revit as well. I see a permanent place for advanced computational and parametric design in the future of architecture - not just for form generation, but for efficient and practical design and construction. It's a growing field of which I would like to be an integral part.
Peter Gisolfi Associates, Graphics Specialist / Drafter / 3D Modeler / Photographer
Drafting / assistance with construction document redmarks
Three-dimensional modeling and computer rendering for competitions
Interpret 2D CAD drawings into 3D models for massing and space studies
Manipulate lineweights using Adobe Illustrator
Illustration of plans and sections using Photoshop
Assist in construction of physical models
Design project sheets, reprints, advertisements, and other marketing materials
Assist with/conduct photographic shoots of firm projects
Master and retouch photos
Create and maintain new graphics database
Maintain and update firm website graphics
Assist in creating proposal books and award submissions
Assist in creating and editing PowerPoint presentations
City College of New York (CCNY), MArch, Architecture
Studied under the following professors:
Bradley Horn, Elisabetta Terragni, Kevin Bone, Julio Salcedo-Fernandez, Peter Gisolfi, Marta Gutman
Binghamton University (SUNY), Bachelors, Geological Sciences
B.A. Geological Sciences
Awarded the "Class of '52 Glenn G. Bartle Award for Geology"