SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
Skilled intern architect with strong graphic design abilities. Experienced in producing AutoCad
and Revit construction documents. Exceptionally quick to learn new programs and processes
while performing in deadline-driven environment. Adept at maintaining client and vendor relations.
Comprehensive education in Sustainable Design and Historic Preservation.
American Design, Inc, Milwaukee, WI, US, Intern Architect
• Construction documents, and details with AutoCad and Revit
• Develop diagrams for conceptual design and space planning with Sketchup, Photoshop and Illustrator
• Produce feasibility / pre-design reports, and marketing materials utilizing InDesign
• General construction administration and client correspondence
Kahler Slater Architects, Milwaukee, WI, US, Freelance Intern Architect
• Create concept models and render in Sketchup
Algonquin Design, Germantown, WI, US, Art Director, Owner
• Develop and implement creative direction encompassing corporate identity, high-impact marketing, print-design and e-commerce projects
• Execute client needs for design, illustration, proof reading, and photo retouch
• Oversee quality control and vendor management
• Select client list: Frommelt Safety Products, Metavante Corporation, Nelson and Schmidt Advertising, Rite-Hite Corporation, and Zoneworks
Scott Advertising, Milwaukee, WI, US, Art Director
• Created design themes and graphics focused on national B2B print marketing campaigns for clients including Clorox, Ore-Ida, and Sara Lee
• Produced advertising comprehensive layouts
• Directed photo shoots and managed press checks
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI, US, MArch, Architecture
• Certificate in Preservation Studies
• Ecological and Sustainable Design Concentration
• 3.8 GPA
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI, US, BArch, B.S. Architecture
• 3.7 GPA, Magna Cum Laude
Student Design Awards, School of Architecture and Urban Planning, 3rd Place
“By-Passing Skin Mock-Up” with John Fox (M.Arch ‘11) and Tim VanOudenhoven (M.Arch ‘11)
A highly energy efficient, solid by-passing skin system for a campus chapel. This double poly-carbonate/Aero-gel wall creates a calculated 10.7 R-value rating while allowing for 48% natural-light emissivity. Developed for a northern climate, this arrangement works to minimize energy use for heating and lighting. Silk-screened interior panels warm daylighting and are a visible from the exterior allowing nighttime candlelit activities to be seen.
Urban Edge Charrette/ Competition, School of Architecture and Urban Planning., 1st Place
“Urban Regeneration” with Keith Stachowiak, Jr. (BSAS ‘08) and Lindsey Kampmeier (BSAS ‘09)
Inspiration to renew marginalized communities, and research into eco-technologies, investigation of site histories to promote urban regeneration. Remake fallow brownfields and derelict terrain into renewed landscapes of ecological and cultural production.