I am a recent graduate of Carleton University, master of architecture program with two years experience in the architecture industry.
As an applicant , I offer graduate level architectural knowledge, design skills and two-years of practical experience. I also have six years background in working with multiple architectural computer programs such as AutoCAD, Archicad, Sketch-up, V-Ray, Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop.
As to my personal characteristics, I am detail-oriented, reliable, and always strive for improvement. I am also highly adaptable and able to relocate and deploy quickly. I have dual citizenship: American and Canadian. I also have a solid understanding of different cultures, with work experience in Europe and the Middle East, and the ability to speak four languages.
William Adams Architects, Los Angeles, CA, US, Design Architect
Perkins+Will, Ottawa, Intern Architect
Deficiency Reviews for Carleton Residence, documenting the contractor’s incomplete work at Carleton University.
Stiefel & Company Architecture, Vienna Austria, Architect’s Assistant
Fully involved in the design competition of the Suisse Chancellery in Nairobi, Kenya.
My role was to design, research, build models and 3d model.
Hyder Consulting, Dubai UAE, Landscape Architect/Urban Designer
Landscape and Urban Designer for Projects such as :
“Samarah” in Jordan; “Al-Fattan” in UAE; “Messaied” in Qatar;
“Escape Equine” in Ajman and various other projects.
Collaborated with major developers in the Middle East such as
Nakheel and Emaar.
Sharestan Architects & Planners, Tehran, IR, Intern Architect
intern Architect for two prominent villas: the Bandab office
building and Sharafi Villa projects in Tehran Iran.
Ottawa General Hospital, Ottawa, ON, CA, Research Assistant
Research Assistant for Dr. Rasuli and Dr.Mutairi
Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, CA, MArch, Architecture
Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, CA, BArch, Architecture
Recipient of the 2010-11 Maxwell Taylor Scholarship, awarded for outstanding achievement in the field of architecture, 1st Place
This scholarship, which was endowed in 1998 by a bequest from the estate of the late Mabel Leona Taylor, is awarded annually to a student in his/her final year of the Master’s Program in Architecture who incorporates building technologies into his/her thesis project.