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krystal scott

krystal scott

Los Angeles, CA, US

 

About 

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Employment 

Francine Mora Zoog, Marina del Rey, CA, US, Architectural Consultant (Financial & Operational)

- Provide nancial reporting as well as cash forecasting and budgeting
- Produce bank reconciliations, customer invoices, budget, cash ow and project protability creation, general ledger analysis, etc

Jun 2011 - current
 

Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA, US, Undergraduate Teaching Assitant

- Assist professor in History & Theory I & II with instructional responsibilities

Aug 2010 - May 2011
 

a-k-a (Andrea Keller Architects), Los Angeles, CA, US, Designer

- Produced schematic designs and graphic presentations of high profile international and local projects
- Responsible for digital 3D models, renders and drawings
- Developed design proposals for high prole residential project
- Developed construction documents including furniture details for international mixed-use housing project

Jun 2010 - Mar 2011
 

Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA, US, Designer / Project Manager of Landscape Extrusion

- Responsible for managing design team
- Organized and managed cutting and welding steel tubes for installation
- Produced design rendering and diagrams
- Responsible for site drawings for construction documentations

Jan 2010 - Jun 2010
 

Citibank, Toluca Lake, CA, Financial Associate

- Primary provider of quality transactional service to Citibank clients
- Refer sales opportunities to appropriate specialists
- Ensure the safety and security of client’s and Citibank’s assets by complying with policies, procedures and regulatory requirements

Jul 2005 - May 2007
 

Education 

Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles, CA, US, Bachelors, Architecture/Landscape/Interiors

Architecture/Landscape/Interiors (A/L/I) seeks to contribute to the emergence of imaginative contemporary practices through a synthetic curriculum of the spatial design fields: architecture (buildings), landscape (spaces between buildings), and interiors (spaces within buildings).
In their numerous manifestations, these three fields organize and shape the spaces and contexts for all our activities and relations. Students in this multidisciplinary program study all three fields within a single, sequential curriculum.

Aug 2007 - May 2010
 

Awards 

Candidate in the LA/AIA/IAC Design+Build Student Competition, Nomination

Candidate in the LA/AIA/IAC Design+Build Student Competition

The AIA Los Angeles Interior Architecture Committee hosted the design program for the 18th Annual 1:2 Student Competition, based on a real non-profit client with a real project! The competition is a great opportunity to show the community at-large how design can truly make a difference. Industry professionals and a distinguished panel of jurors joined together in an inspired evening of competition, camaraderie and celebration, as undergrad students from participating Southern California colleges aspired for recognition and LAIAC scholarships.

2010
 

Senior Class Marshal, Nomination

The Class Marshal represents their academic major in the graduating class and is historically chosen by popular vote, faculty input, academic achievement or a combination of factors. The Class Marshal from each major also provides the student voice during the planning process by participating in Commencement planning meetings. The culmination of their experience as Class Marshal occurs during the Commencement ceremony in which each Marshal leads their class in during the procession.

2010
 

Design Charette Competition, 1st Place

Otis College of Art & Design Juried Design Charette Competition

2010
 

Dean’s List (Honors), Other

A student with a G.P.A. of 3.5 or better is placed on the Dean’s List at Otis College of Art & Design

2010
 

Dean’s List (Honors), Other

A student with a G.P.A. of 3.5 or better is placed on the Dean’s List at Otis College of Art & Design

2009
 

Group Citation Award for ‘Whatever The Need’ Competition, Award

Wherever The Need (WTN), targeting the crises of sanitation worldwide, sponsors "Eco San and Sustainable Design Competition," to spur the design and development of advances in eco sanitation and emergency relief systems.

The competition was specifically created by Architect Ron Goldman of Goldman, Firth and Rossi and was open to students of SCI-Arc, OTIS, and USC. The A+D, Architecture and Design Museum (www.aplusd.org) promoting architecture and design excellence, will host a compilation exhibit of the entries in honor of Earth Day and it’s grand opening in April.

The goal of the competition was to inspire and tap the creativity of the young, up-and-coming design community. The competition will match their design know-how with the social and economic needs of a large portion of our third world population. The students were tasked with creating something that is not drab and utilitarian but brings a sense of design in solving a basic need and urgency of the world’s population" said Ron Goldman.

"Delivering sanitation and water where it is needed most is our goal. With the recent disaster in Haiti, now more than ever the crisis of sanitation and water are visible and understandable. This is so crucial in showing the world how vital sanitation is to alleviating poverty" said Visty-Doman. "Clean sanitation and water are the first steps to delivering dignity, livelihoods and sustainability around the globe. We’re excited about the response from professors such as Eric Mar of USC, Eric Moss and Heather Flood of SCI-ARC, and Linda Pollari and Matias Creimer of OTIS School of Design among others who have guided their architectural students in this competition."

The specific functional requirements of the eco san puzzle poses numerous challenges including limited local building materials and limited size that must be incorporated into the design. The payoff of a successful, practical design is limitless though. Access to sanitation and clean drinking water leads to empowerment and the ability to focus on higher level needs like earning one’s livelihood. In combining social need with good design these projects can elevate the spirit and bring a sense of dignity and pride to the previously impoverished.

Designs were judged by a panel that brings a background of design excellence and social responsibility at the highest level:

Steve Kanner, FAIA (former LA AIA president and award winning architect)
Ray Kappe, FAIA (founder of SciArc, pre-fab background, award winning and esteemed architect on a national level)
Michela Abrams - President and Publisher of DWELL Magazine
Leo Marmol, FAIA (award winning, background in pre-fab)
Steve Fleischli, (WTN Advisory Board, attorney & former President of WaterKeepers)

2009
 

Design Charette Competition, 2nd Place

Otis College of Art & Design Juried Design Charette Competition

2008
 

Dean’s List (Honors), Other

A student with a G.P.A. of 3.5 or better is placed on the Dean’s List at Otis College of Art & Design

2008
 

Design Charette Competition, 3rd Place

Otis College of Art & Design Juried Design Charette Competition

2007
 

Dean’s List (Honors), Other

A student with a G.P.A. of 3.5 or better is placed on the Dean’s List at Otis College of Art & Design

2007
 

Skills 



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