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Architecture MA seeks long-term architectural career. I am devoted to an intelligent work approach commanding a smart use of time. Background in critical philosophical thinking married with an understanding of the structural rigors of real life construction. Emphasis upon writing, both critical and practical, which allows for the ability to think through a project and present it clearly. Problem solving skills derive from backgrounds in philosophy and firefighting. A creative approach comes from a skill in illustration, which supplements other projects.
Chord Architecture, Design Architect
Personally aided the head architect in residential and commercial design, including built projects for private clients and affordable housing. Duties included drafting, modeling, and planning.
Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), MArch, MArch III
Comprehensive architectural design, focus upon all aspect of an architectural project, including project management, budgeting, scheduling, HVAC, LEED, structure, et cetera. Experience with hand drafting, AutoCAD, 3D Studio Max, Adobe Creative Suite, physical modeling and urban planning. Experience with group projects, both as a leader and in a support role.
Heavy personal emphasis upon writing components. Final thesis project, &quot;Architecture and the Void: Perceptible Formlessness,&quot; combined a practical design project with conceptual, theoretical research exploring the notion of a spacial void.
St. John's College, Santa Fe, Bachelors, The Great Books
The Great Books program exposes students to the great primary texts of the Western world in all subjects, including philosophy, science, history, literature, math and music. These original works (e.g. Newton's Principia) are the sole study material. Students discuss readings in seminar, a rigorous format designed to emphasize personal understanding of the material in favor of lectures. A strong written component supplements the discussions.
Walter S. Baird Prize, 1st Place
Graduating award from St. John's College for best creative achievement. Awarded for a 36-page graphic book based on Dante's "Inferno."