Robert A.M. Stern Architects, New York, NY, US, Architecture Intern
Analyzed and diagrammed site circulation, designed façade and penthouse schemes in drawing and SketchUp, built physical and digital models, drafted sections in AutoCAD, and attended design meetings for mixed-use development in New Delhi, India. Rendered interior elevations in Photoshop of high-end residence in New Delhi, India.
Designed and rendered schemes by hand and in SketchUp for Tiffany & Co. entry canopy and exterior light fixture projects in New York, New York. Organized and catalogued construction documents, sketched axonometrics of staircase design that were used for construction, and illustrated schemes for railing and stringer details for high-end residential conversion project in New York, New York.
Built client presentation models for residential development in Washington, D.C. Participated in collaborative one day intern design charette for a 10,000 square foot house in East Hampton, New York. Visited construction sites in Quogue, Gramercy Park, and at Bronx Community College.
HOK (formerly Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum), Chicago, IL, US, Architectural Student Intern
Constructed Revit and SketchUp models, rendered perspective views, compiled 100% DD package for 6.5 million square-foot mixed-use development in Navi Mumbai, India.
Researched façade and massing precedents and ideas, designed façade and massing schemes in SketchUp and foam, rendered programmatic plan diagrams and sections in Photoshop, constructed SD presentation models in foam for three office towers in mixed-use development in Mumbai, India.
Developed massing and plan schemes in foam and drawing, and completed site analysis diagrams for final round of a competition project in Chicago, Illinois.
Auerbach Architects, Chicago, IL, US, Summer Intern
Built schematic models; drafted AutoCAD plans, sections, and details; contributed design scheme options; maintained communication between contractor and architect on residential addition and renovation projects.
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, US, BArch, College of Architecture
Concentrations in Theory and History of Architecture
Travel Studio, spring 2012:
Icelandic Farmhouse Design Studio; Ithaca, New York & Reykjavik, Iceland
Semester Abroad, fall 2011:
Cornell in Rome architecture program; Rome, Italy
Travel Semester, summer 2010:
Courses in theory, design, and visual art; Argentina, Uruguay, & Brazil