Phillip McVean Designs, Dallas, TX, US, Assistant Designer, Carpenter
Worked as an Assistant Designer and Carpenter in high-end custom furniture and interior design
- Responsible for custom design, carpentry, and construction of high-end wood structured furniture
- Apprentice in upholstery, assist with set design, photo-shoots, and storefront displays
bcWORKSHOP, Dallas, TX, US, Designer, Intern Architect, bcFellow, Americorps VISTA
Worked as a designer in a collaborative non-profit public design firm in Dallas, Texas.
- Contributed to a wide variety of public design projects under direction of architect Brent Brown, tracked experience with NCARB Intern Development Program
- Program Manager of Power Plus, a year-long research and energy education initiative working with low-income homeowners to improve energy efficiency using both high-tech and hands-on methods
- Worked on the construction of Ms. Ella’s house, the last home constructed in the bcW Congo Street Initiative, as well as the Rapido Prototype and SustainABLE House (experience in framing, tile, drywall, flooring, and finishes)
Clemson University Digital Design Shop, New Orleans, LA, US, Construction Intern
Worked as a Construction Intern for Digital Design-Build New Orleans
-Assisted in problem-solving and construction of the Dry-in House prototype
-Involved in all steps of an innovative construction process deploying a pre-fabricated Core Unit, custom trusses, and SIPs.
Clemson University, Clemson, SC, US, BArch, Architecture
Bachelor of Arts, Architecture
Advertising Communications minor
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), Barcelona, ES, Architecture (Fluid Campus)
Universitat Politecnica Student (Barcelona, ES)
Clemson Fluid Campus (Study Abroad)
Semester-long international experience of architectural study
18 course hours in an urban studio setting
environmental_HUB project published in Self Sufficient City, Other
Self Sufficient City was the third Advanced Architecture Contest held by the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (Iaac). Adam Kerechanin, Natalie Cregar, and Joanna McCrehan entered their project environmental_HUB, a model for eco-tourism in Barcelona. Out of 708 proposals from 116 countries, environmental_HUB was one of the 107 finalists to be published in the book by ACTAR. Filed under the category of Parametric Urbanism, environmental_HUB reframes tourism in terms of a self-sufficient cycle.