I'll be graduating with my masters degree in architecture in December of 2012. Shapes can be fun, but I'm interested in the potential and necessity of integrating architecture, urbanism, infrastructure, and landscape. I love working on projects that ask, what can architecture do?
Alec's Travel Blog on Archinect:
I am an intern working for Tatiana Bilbao's office to supplement my architecture and urban tourism addiction. This blog will focus on my free time, which I mostly spend trying to get to grip on the astounding breadth and depth of the city via museums, taco stalls, parks, forgotten monuments, obscure corners, public space, and avoiding death by cars, death cults, muggings, volcanoes, and taco stalls.
Wilson Architects, Boston, MA, US, concept model maker
Working closely with the design team, I made working models from a variety of materials and at a variety of scales to investigate and test various design proposals.
DWL Architects + Planners, Inc., Phoenix, AZ, US, Job Captain
Job captain is kind of a catch-all position depending on the scale of the project. For small projects, this can mean every role in the project from details to client meetings. For the most part, I worked under the project architect to draft, design, work with consultants, present ideas to the client, etc.
Washington University in St. Louis, Saint Louis, MO, US, MArch, Architecture
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, US, Bachelors, Architecture
Magna Cum Laude, Bachelor of Science in Architecture