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Taylor Pridgen

Taylor Pridgen

Castle Rock, CO, US

 

About 

I am a recent graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder where I studied Architecture in the College of Architecture and planning. In my free time I enjoy tinkering with technology both with hardware installation and configuration and with software coding. My love of languages does not stop with computing, I also boast in my ability to speak languages like Mandarin Chinese and American Sign Language (if you'd call that speaking). I'm a quick learner to any new concept and a versatile worker. I find that hard work, and great coworkers is what makes any job better for me. So take me on; I accept your challenge.

Elsewhere:

Employment 

Tony's Market & Catering, Littleton, CO, US, Bakery Service

I am responsible for the operations of the bakery from a employee to customer relationship. I handle goods, stock them and sell them.

Feb 2012 - current
 

Interactive Theatre Project, Boulder, CO, US, Actor / Web-Admin

As a four year troupe member I did numerous acting performances for the company that touched on a variety of social issues key to a human resources environment. I was also responsible for coding and maintaining the website for the company.

Aug 2007 - Dec 2011
 

Ware Malcomb, Denver, CO, US, Intern

I was fortunate enough to work in a firm that helped me explore all areas of work. I was responsible for accurately measuring existing spaces to later draft an autocad drawing, photoshoping potential building renderings, researching city codes and communicating with city offices, and organizing and finalizing physical drawing sets.

Apr 2011 - Aug 2011
 

Tony's Market & Catering, Littleton, CO, US, Cashier

I was responsible for memorizing prices and item codes along with keeping track of item locations storewide. I handled transactions and customer complaints and was often tasked with creating signage for sales that was informative and aesthetically.

Apr 2007 - Aug 2011
 

Education 

University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO, US, BArch, Environmental Design

During my years in University I walked the line between required course loads and informative side classes. My professors always told me how well rounded one would have to be within the profession of Architecture and I took that to heart as I attempted to understand a variety of other topics.
I happily took philosophy and sociology classes, yearning to understand people on a different level and therefore rounding an architecture education.

Aug 2007 - Dec 2011
 

Awards 

CU Honors Journal 2010, Other

The design I submitted to the CU Honors journal was a featured design an printed as the back cover to the entire journal.

2010
 

Areas of Specialization 

Skills 



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