Born in Chicago IL, I moved to the west coast for school and studied architecture at the University of Oregon. I received my B.Arch from the University of Oregon in June of 2012.
Over my last few years in school I had been avidly working as a Teaching Assistant for intro studios and had learned quite a bit from working with others. I highly valued environmentally sensitive and unique design approaches both in fellow student's works as well as my own.
In my final year at the University of Oregon I had been involved in forming a new student group that focuses on digital modeling and fabrication known as DMC (you can find their blog here).
Pappageorge Haymes Partners, Chicago, IL, US, Intern Architect
Working on digital models, presentation images and CAD files for projects ranging from single family homes to Urban planning and many typologies in between.
Behles + Behles, Evanston, IL, US, Intern
Spent a healthy amount of time working in AutoCAD, Sketch-Up and Photoshop for various projects around the area. Project types include those in heath care, commercial, YMCAs and private homes.
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM), Chicago, IL, US, Intern
I entered the Summer Internship Program at SOM's Chicago office in 2011. I build a number of physical study models for my team and spent some time working in AutoCAD, Revit and Photoshop
University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, US, BArch, Architecture
Attended one of the most well respected sustainable schools in the country, my classes focused on green strategies (both passive and non-passive), building ecology and some urban planning. I also qualified for a summer abroad in Kyoto Japan in 2010, where we studied urban design and presented our proposals to city officials and architects. This design has since been used by our professor for an official proposal to the city of kyoto for a new water-way and transit hub.
Student Choice Award Winner, 1st Place
Our group presentation was chosen as the best and most interesting student project by our fellow classmates. The project was part of the Introduction to Computer Graphics course and focused on developing pavilions within a park space.