Scenario Journal, Philadelphia, PA, Research Assistant
ClosedLoops, New York, NY, Freelance Designer
Freelance Design Collaborator for ClosedLoop's "Underside" project: a proposal to create a pneumatic waste management system that would utilize the High Line Park viaduct to collect refuse, organics and paper from Chelsea Market, litter-bin material from the Park, and facilitate the opportunity for connections to future development along the High Line.
FXFOWLE Architects, New York, NY, US, Designer
Long Island City Residential Tower | Job Captain / Revit Technical Manager
_280,000 SF, 35-story residential tower. Completion 2017.
250 Ashland Place, Brooklyn, NY | Project Designer
_586,000 SF, 52-story mixed-income residential tower with cultural, retail, and office space. Completion 2017. (http://www.fxfowle.com/projects/132/the-ashland/)
New Jersey Transit Central Concourse, Penn Station New York | Project Designer
_Visioning and Feasibility Study
FXFOWLE Architects, New York, NY, US, Marketing + Public Relations Intern
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, US, Masters, M.Arch + MLA
Concurrent Master of Architecture and Master of Landscape Architecture.
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, US, Bachelors, Architectural Design (Pre-Professional)
Pre-professional Bachelor of Science in Architecture with minors in Architectural History and Historic Preservation. Advanced coursework in cultural landscapes, preservation, and sustainable design. Teaching assistant for first year courses addressing fundamental concepts of architectural thinking, diagramming, drawing, and model-making.
"REGENERATE FORT CARROLL: A Gateway Ecological Park"
Collaboration with Sara Allen Harper
Faculty Award for Public Service, UVa School of Architecture, Award
Graduation with Highest Honors, UVa School of Architecture, Award
Young Preservationist Award, NH Preservation Alliance, Award
Honored as one of 15 young preservationists in/from New Hampshire in recognition of advocacy for Concord, NH landmarks.
Sean Steele-Nicholson Memorial Award, UVa School of Architecture, Award
Recognition upon graduation for overall excellence in design and scholarship and an enthusiasm, joy, and wonder for architecture, coupled with the ability to instill these same feelings and qualities in others.