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I graduated from the Cooper Union School of Architecture in 2009. Since then I have worked in several positions, most recently as a Design Liaison for the NYC Department of Design and Construction.
I am a LEED Green Associate and would like to pursue becoming a LEED AP in Building Design and Construction. I have registered over 2,000 hours with the NCARB Intern Development Program and am working to become a licensed architect.
I am currently looking for gainful employment and professional experience to grow as a young and enthusiastic architect. I am hard-working, motivated and curious and looking to take on new challenges.
HUCKDUCK | www.huckduck.etsy.com, New York, NY, US, Founder and Manager
Developing a growing, sustainable and profitable business model selling handmade, industrially-inspired lighting. Responsible for all aspects of design, production, marketing, order fulfillment, customer service, billing, and advertising. HUCKDUCK products have been sold in nearly 40 states and 14 international countries.
NYC Department of Design and Construction, Long Island City, NY, US, Design Liaison
One of two agency liaison for the NYC Design Excellence program. Responsibilities included: issuing RFPs and leading architect selection committees; shepherding projects from consultant procurement to construction documents; assisting in the development of project scope and budgets; orchestrating submissions to the NYC Public Design Commission; and promoting the Design Excellence program by producing agency materials and presentations.
Pointed Leaf Press, New York, NY, US, Book Production Intern
Worked directly on the final production process of Frida Kahlo: Photographs of Myself and Others (2010). Responsibilities included: assisting in daily office management; organizing final photo credits and permissions; basic proofreading; and processing book orders.
Bone/Levine Architects, New York, NY, US, Intern
Designed a guest-house for the award winning Milanville House on the Delaware River, in Milanville, Pennsylvania, directly under firm Principals. The design evolved from early schematic concepts to the start of a developed scheme through a series of models and hand-drafted drawings.
The Cooper Union, New York, NY, US, BArch, Architecture
-Full tuition scholarship, Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture
-Recipient, Dr. Martin J. Waters Prize for excellence in humanities and social sciences