I am a recent graduate of the University of Minnesota's M.Arch program and I am looking for an opportunity to put my passion for design, graphics and representation and prototype development to use.
Julie Snow Architects, Minneapolis, Intern Architect
Developed skills in 3D visualization working with Rhino 5 and Vray to create presentation and marketing graphics. Worked on proposal and award submission graphics and layouts.
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, US, Research Assistant
Worked on the development of a vacuum form prototype to realize a grasshopper developed digital model. Also responsible for various other projects including work on the winning design for the Washington Avenue Bridge re-design.
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, US, Teaching Assistant
Responsible for a group of 27 students in a writing intensive course on sociocultural and environmental architectural design. Primary work involved leading discussions, grading papers and assisting with the administration of the course.
Bentz Thompson Rietow, Minneapolis, MN, US, Intern and Receptionist
Gained experience running the front desk, doing tasks such as ordering supplies, managing the file system, answering phones and greeting clients, Three weeks after initial employment was promoted to intern and made responsible for presentation graphics and proposal responses.
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, US, MArch, Architecture
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, US, Bachelors, Architecture and History
Thomas F. Ellerbe Scholarship, 1st Place
This award is given for best design portfolio submission and is an annual award affiliated with the University of Minnesota's architecture program,
Weisman Plaza Design Competition, 1st Place
I was a member of the winning team, which involved a collaboration of HouMinn, VJAA and an artist. I was primarily involved in the design of a prototype bench as well as presentation graphics.
Ralph Rapson Fund, 1st Place
This award is a substantial scholarship given to students at the University of Minnesota for presentation and representation skills.
KPF Fellowship, Nomination
Each school who participates in this competition nominates two students to submit portfolios. I was nominated by the Dean of the College of Design, Tom Fischer. Out of 49 portfolios accepted, my portfolio was within the top 7 short-listed for the fellowship.