I am a graduate student at Washington State University in Pullman Washington. I was born and raised in Spokane Washington. I received my undergrad degree in 2009 after a semester in Australia and took a year off before starting grad school. I have discovered during my education experience that I take strong inspiration from landscapes. A program’s site and larger context are major influences in my work thus far. This appreciation has come from my families involvement in agriculture of the Palouse region and my aspiration to experience the landscapes of both this continent and abroad.
Freeman Fong Architecture, Seattle, Designer
Russell Page Architects, LLC., Architectural Intern
As a intern architect, my duties included construction document production, building code research, and document coordination. I also assisted in renderings, sat in on client meetings and produced conceptual designs for selected projects.
Harwood Diversified, Farm Management
Management and maintenance of a small grain farm in the Palouse on weekends, holidays, and during the summers. Duties include heavy equipment operation/maintenance, soil preparation, planting, harvesting, structure maintenance, and flora/fauna restoration/introduction.
Washington State University, Construction Graphics Lab Instructor
Introduction of AutoCAD 2011 to second year civil engineering and construction management students. In charge of 60 students and 4 other lab assistants. Responible for both lesson planning and evaluation.
Washington State University, Pullman/Spokane, MArch, Architecture
Master of Architecture
Washington State University, Pullman, Bachelors, Architecture
Bachelors of Science in Architectural Studies with minors in Business Administration and Construction Management