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I'm a recently licensed architect currently working in Lexington, KY. I've returned here after my education in Florida and Virginia, and an initial professional stint in Connecticut. I think architecture is ultimately about creating value (social, environmental, economic) and that architects should embrace responsibility for all three. I like BIM, tolerate LEED, and look forward to the day when sustainability is no longer special, but expected.
Go Gators, Go Cats, Wahoowa.
EOP Architects, Lexington, KY, US, Project Architect
This fast-paced office specializes in urban projects, from multi-use developments to commercial real estate and multifamily housing. My current focus is on project management for smaller institutional and healthcare clients, coupled with efforts toward business development.
Centerbrook Architects and Planners, LLP, Staff Architect
Currently employed by this multi-faceted firm dedicated to finding humanistic solutions to client needs. Work has focused on a math and science building for the Berkshire School and an addition to an Episcopal church near Huntington, NY.
Kube Architecture, Summer Intern
During a summer at this young Washington, DC firm, I built models and first experimented with BIM, focusing on a residential addition in Great Falls, VA.
Guyon Architects, Intern Architect
A six-month employment between undergraduate and graduate study centered on two multi-family housing developments. Working directly with clients and brokers, I completed fit-out documents for 42 units.
Safdie Architects, Summer Intern
My summer in Boston was spent on myriad different projects, from performing arts centers to federal courthouses. I built models, taught myself AutoCAD, and helped out with typical intern tasks.
University of Virginia, MArch, Architecture
Investigations of the environmental and cultural impact of design drive the course of study. Designs become sensitive and generative parts of a complex whole. Interest in higher-density affordable housing informs seminar and studio choices.
University of Florida, Bachelors, Architecture
Starting from an abstract design concepts, the architecture curriculum emphasizes the importance of process over the final resolution. Attention to site, the experiential qualities of space, and passive design are prominent in the pedagogy.