Architecture is not exclusively about a final product, but rather, the process of creation and execution of a product. It is the architects role to serve as a shepherd of that process through collaboration rather than dictation.
Architecture should be about performance, both in process and execution, where collaboration drives innovation, creating solutions that transcend any individual “genius sketch” and allow for architecture to go beyond just the representation of something to the actual performance of it.
Architecture has as much an obligation to give back to its community as the people that use it. By treating architecture as a citizen, and understanding the greater opportunities within a context, the architecture can become more socially and ecologically sustainable.
Architecture exists somewhere between banal, pragmatic realism and progressive, visionary utopia. The surest way to continuous and sustainable innovation is mediation between the “can” and “can’t”.
HLW International LLP, New York, NY, US, Designer / Assistant BIM Manager
Provide support and training for office-wide transition to Revit
Creation of custom BIM content and BIM-related marketing material
Directly work with design teams on a wide range of commercial projects
Danny Forster Design Studio, New York, NY, US, Project Manager
Temporary position managing design development, construction documentation, and beginning of construction for a condo renovation in Chelsea.
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects, Austin, TX, US, Intern Architect
Design and construction documentation of high-end residential new construction and renovations. Worked collaboratively with architects, contractors, and clients.
Syracuse University, Teaching Assistant
Assisted in teaching advanced digital media and intro to building systems courses
Worked on the design of professors websites
Johnson & Pace, Intern Draftsman
Produced construction documents for light commercial buildings
Jim FIsher, Builder, Intern Draftsman
Produced builders sets of documents for residential construction, as well as some on-site work.
Syracuse University, MArch, Architecture
Thesis: Think Rationally | Leveraging Constraints for Innovation
Texas A&M University, Bachelors, Environmental Design
Dallas Arts District Boutique Hotel Design Competition, 1st Place