Online Portfolio: DTELMORE.WEEBLY.COM
Work Status: Searching for employment in New York city.
I am a budding architect with a Bachelor of Architecture Degree from Syracuse University as well as a Masters Degree in Architecture from Harvard Graduate School of design.
During my summer internship with Kelly/Maiello Architects in 2009, I worked on such high profile projects as the new West Philadelphia High School and the new addition to the Free Library of Philadelphia by Moshe Safdie, for which we served as local architects. During my time there, I became well versed in the LEED Certification process. I also refined my AutoCAD skills while drawing wall sections and various other construction details.
During my internship with KSS Architects in the summer of 2011, I aided in the creation of multiple sets of construction documents, further refining my knowledge of construction details while learning Revit and incurred an understanding of B.I.M. and Integrated Design in Architectural Practice.
My references and portfolio are available at your convenience. If you have any questions, please contact me by email at "Dtelmore@gmail.com".
S9 Architecture, New York, NY, US, Designer
Fogarty Finger Architecture PLLC, New York, NY, US, Junior Architect
HWKN (Hollwich Kushner), New York, NY, US, Intern/ Junior Architect
KSS Architects, Philadelphia, PA, US, Intern
Produced construction documents for schools and civic buildings using Autocad and Revit.
Kelly/Maiello, Philadelphia, PA, US, Intern
Created detailed sections using Autocad and completed LEED diagrams.
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, US, MArch, Architecture
Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, US, BArch, Architecture
Land Art Generator Honorable Mention, Honorable Mention
The Land Art Generator Competition seeks to discover new ways to blend art with sustainable energy production.
Citation in excellence for Thesis Design, Honorable Mention
A- and honorable mention for my B.Arch Thesis entitled Library of Future. The project reacts to the shifting role of the Library in the wake of digital media and seeks to recreate the Library as a community gathering space and exchange point of information enhanced by digital interfaces.
Andrea Ponzi Pipe Garden Competition, 1st Place
Florence based Architect Andrea Ponzi challenges architecture students to create an architecturally provocative installation using only 100 copper pipes. The competition was open to the Syracuse architecture class of '05. My entry was one of four designs chosen to be constructed.