I am a recent graduate of Kansas State University's College of Architecture, Planning and Design, with a Masters in Architecture. A lifelong lover of transportation and cities, I have focused my studies on urban design, historic preservation, and rail transportation. I have also been an avid watercolor artist most of my life, and try to incorporate my love of hand-rendering into my projects whenever possible.
City of Jefferson, Summer Planning Intern
Year 1: Scanning and filing site plans, creating a more coherent physical archive, and developing GIS reference layers for the scanned site plan files.
Year 2: Archived all Planning and Zoning Commission cases from early 1980s through the present, and created a GIS reference layer for the cases.
Year 3: Created a book of architectural guidelines for historic preservation in the Capitol Avenue district.
Kansas State University, MArch, Architecture
Year 1: Environmental Design program
Year 2: Architecture Studio, hand drafting and rendering
Year 3: Computing, CAD, Revit, Adobe Creative Suite, 3ds Max
Year 4: Construction Documents in Fall, Study Abroad in Castiglion Fiorentino in the Spring
Year 5: Gary Coates' Sustainable Manhattan 2050 Masters Thesis Studio, developed master plan and multimodal transportation system. Masters thesis titled "Transport 2050."
$2,000 scholarship for architecture students from the Mid-Missouri region, including Jefferson City and Columbia.