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Having recently relocated to the Los Angeles area after six years of being educated and gaining professional experience in Philadelphia, I am excited to explore the typographical differences in Los Angeles area architecture and design.
While enrolled in the Architecture program at Drexel University, I simultaneously worked full time at Stephen Varenhorst Architects, where I focused primarily on Multi-Family and Mixed Use projects.
I am passionate about 3D visualization and innovative design in Urban contexts.
L+V architects, Inc., Los Angeles, CA, US, Junior Architect
Varenhorst, Philadelphia, PA, US, Architectural Intern
- Schematic Design
- Design Development
- Construction Documentation
- Construction Administration
for various Multi-Family, Mixed Use, Retail and Commercial
projects throughout the Northeastern United States.
•Responsible for surveying existing buildings
•Experience creating background drawings of existing buildings
•Experience with the National Park Service historic registration process.
•Responsible for calculating leasable square footage for Commercial projects using Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) standards.
•Experience with the Zoning and Zoning variance process.
•Created schematic 3D renderings using Rhino and Adobe Creative Suite.
•Responsible for creating physical study models and presentation models using a ULS V-460 Laser Engraving and Cutting System.
•Experience researching interior and exterior materials
•Experience coordinating documents with Construction team and Consultants
Delta Surveying Services, Windsor, CT, US, Surveying Assistant
Drafting, Assisted in Field work
Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, US, BArch, Architecture
Architectural Design Studio I - VI
Architecture & Society
History of the Modern Movement
Theories of Architecture I & II
Energy and Architecture
Environmental Systems I - III
Materials and Structural Behavior I - III
Building Enclosure Design
Ize Prize, 2nd Place
Design award for a Bike Shelter on Drexel University's campus.
World Architecture Network "Building a Better Classroom", Honorable Mention
Anthony J Drexel Academic Scholarship, Scholarship
$18,000 per year Academic Scholarship.