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Architectural designer and LEED AP BD+C with 10+ years of a variety of experience and knowledge in architecture, planning, project management, film, and design. Detail-oriented, resourceful, and dedicated employee skilled in digital representation, writing, editing, presentation, and research. Proficient in AutoCAD, Revit, SketchUp, Adobe CS, Office. Experience working in Asia, Europe, Canada, and the U.S. on a variety of projects including urban redevelopment, campus planning, residential, institutional, and hotel.
Works Progress Architecture, Los Angeles, CA, US, Project Architect
Walt Disney Imagineering, Shanghai, CN, Show Set Designer
American Scenic Design Inc., Pasadena, CA, US, Designer
Knox College, Galesburg, IL, US, Director of Sustainability Initiatives
Brown & Bills Architects, Englewood, OH, US, Intern Architect
3D modeling (SketchUp)
presentations (Illustrator, Photoshop, Powerpoint)
B+H Architects, Shanghai, CN, Architect/Planner
multimedia art direction
3D modeling (SketchUp)
University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, US, Sustainability Coordinator
outreach & education
marketing & public relations
graphic design & web design
grantwriting & fundraising
Center for the Electronic Reconstruction of Historic & Archaeological Sites, Cincinnati, OH, US, Production Assistant
museum exhibit installation
glaserworks Architecture + Urban Design, Cincinnati, OH, US, Co-op
B+H Architects, Toronto, ON, CA, Co-op
ERA Architects, Toronto, ON, CA, Co-op
City of Toronto Heritage Preservation Services, Toronto, ON, CA, Co-op
University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, US, Masters, Planning (MCP)
University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, US, MArch, Architecture
green roof design
Delft University of Technology, Delft, NL, Docomomo International Student Workshop
chosen as one of 20 students from around the world to participate in a charrette, sponsored by the City of Rotterdam, to help create a preservation and revitalization plan for the Coolsingel Strip, a Modernist neighborhood of the city - built just after WWII when most of the city had been leveled.
University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, US, Historic Preservation (Graduate Certificate)
Sint-Lucas, Brussels, BE, Architecture
received grant from U.S. government to represent United States and University of Cincinnati in an international exchange program in Brussels, Belgium. courses in urban design, architectural history, digital representation, and construction methods.
Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH, US, Bachelors, Film Production
theory & criticism
Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara (UAG), Guadalajara, MX, Film Production
semester abroad to study the history of Mexican cinema, as well as courses in Mexican folklore and mythology, and an independent study of filming a documentary on contemporary social issues in Mexico.
My Master of Architecture thesis entitled, "[re]Marketing Modernism: The Revision of an Iconic Mid-century, Mixed-use Hotel" was selected as the winner of the 2013 Young Voice Publication Award by Cincinnati Book Publishing. It was published in October 2013.
Docomomo International Student Workshop, Scholarship
Selected as one of only 20 students from around the world to participate in this program, I received a scholarship from the University of Cincinnati Global Studies Office to cover the costs of airfare and ground transportation. Docomomo covered the costs of housing and food.
Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE), Grant
federal grant to study abroad in Brussels, Belgium, representing the United States in the inaugural year of this new program.
University of Toledo Student Film Showcase, Award
official selection for exclusive film festival, for my documentary entitled "in memory of" - about my family's experience caring for my grandfather in-home as he suffered with the effects of lung cancer and its treatments for 2.5 years.
Bowling Green Student Film Festival, 1st Place
for my documentary "Bowling Green, Ohio - Architectural Study No. 1" which illustrated the historic 19th and 20th century architecture of Bowling Green, including the demolition of the city's power plant smokestack - a beloved icon of the area.