Studio 804, Inc, Kansas City, MO, US, Designer+Builder
A collaborative and comprehensive Design+Build studio in conjunction with the University of Kansas. Involved in all levels of design and implementation from schematic design through design documentation to the physical labor of construction and construction management. Ability to find, source and install architectural products of the highest quality. Demonstrated ability to identify and prevent or solve architectural conflicts in the field. Lead the team in architectural detailing, documentation and coordination.
360 Architecture, Kansas City, MO, US, Architectural Intern
Collaborated on programming and creation of multiple schematic design options of a large collegiate project.
IA Interior Architects, Chicago, IL, US, Job Captain
Participated all aspects of design, from initial concept through design development to finish details and construction management. Communicated design intent and collaborated with clients, brokers, engineers and fellow architects and designers to ensure consistency and quality of finished product. Continuously demonstrated an ability to adapt and perform well in a fast-paced and quality design environment.
Engberg Anderson, Inc., Milwaukee, WI, US, Intern
Worked with architects and designers in creating working and presentation materials. Completed building surveys and prepared construction documents.
The University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, US, MArch, Architecture
Participated in internationally renowned Studio 804 design build program. Designed and built a 3,300sf classroom and multi use building in 9 months as part of a collective thesis project. Currently pursuing certification for LEED Platinum and PassivHaus.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI, US, Bachelors, Architecture
2007 NCARB PRIZE, Award
Working through a process involving practitioners, community members, and home manufacturers, three teams of graduate students each designed an affordable, sustainable, and accessible prototype home for an innercity neighborhood where affordable housing is scarce. Students presented the designs to local policymakers to work with them on pragmatic issues, and produced a set of working drawings for the modular home manufacturers to begin fabrication.
The program was created to offer citizens in communities across America an opportunity to celebrate their community heritage, address emerging architectural challenges and trends, and find their voices to help make their vision real for beautiful, safe, and livable communities.
According to the jury, the program’s “strong points are the work with modular manufacturers and firms, its willingness to take on a variety of issues including sustainability, integration into the neighborhoods and material selection, and the emphasis on the process of building, particularly over a critical time frame.