Wallace Roberts & Todd (WRT), Philadelphia, PA, US, Architectural Intern
Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, US, Shop Monitor
Supervise and instruct students in usage of equipment in the Architecture Wood Shop on weekends
Boxwood Architects LLC, Philadelphia, PA, US, Intern
Habitat for Humanity, Philadelphia, PA, US, Research Assistant to Sally Harrison
Researcher and Surveyor in the cataloging of Habitat for Humanity's target region for neighborhood development. Compiled research, statistical and firsthand, to highlight neighborhood growth and Habitat's progress over the past 25 years. This research was packaged into maps, graphics, and text in order for it to be used in the application process to receive additional grants and attract donors
Burkavage Design Associates, Clarks Summit, PA, US, Intern
Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, US, BArch, Architecture
The John Stewardson Memorial Fellowship in Architecture is an annual competition for a $10,000 traveling scholarship open to graduating students in their final year of a professional, accredited program in architecture in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
The 2012 project centered on the design of a cinema, parking garage, and cafe that were intended to become the links to connect Spring Garden St. and a portion of the Reading Viaduct. The design also integrated schemes to rethink traffic along Spring Garden St. and a design for a linear park atop the viaduct.
With this travel scholarship i plan to study and visit works of European architects that are specifically dedicated to architectural concerns of first hand experience by ways of materiality, site conditions, and history. This specifically in the works of Zumthor, Scarpa, Latz, and LeCorbusier.
Grant to research rehabilitated postindustrial landscapes in Seattle, WA. Researched Gas Works Park, Olympic Sculpture Park, and Freeway Park specific to my Thesis research. These three parks were looked at through the lens of the relationship between architecture, landscape, and weather patterns
The Carpenter's Company of Philadelphia, Scholarship
Recipient for both 2010/2011 and 2011/2012 academic years. Scholarship given to a student studying Architecture, Structural Engineering, or Construction Management/Engineering that has shown significant excellence academically in their field of study.
AIA Northeastern Pennsylvania, Scholarship
Recipient for 2008-2012 academic years. Established and funded by members of the Northeastern Pennsylvania Chapter of American Institute of Architects. Given to students who reside in the greater Scranton area who show significant talent and promise in architectural design. Awards are determined by both academic standing and portfolio judging.
AIA Henry Adams Certificate of Merit, 2nd Place
Each year The American Institute of Architects awards a certificate of merit to the second-ranking graduating student in each architecture program accredited by the National Architectural Accrediting Board.