Nicholas Venezia is a photographer, writer, and watercolorist working in New York City as the Manager of Communications for Selldorf Architects. He lives with his wife and dog in Jersey City, where they all miss the green mountains and gray skies of the Pacific Northwest.
Selldorf Architects, New York, NY, US, Manager of Communications
Nicholas Lee Photography, LLC, Jersey City, NJ, US, Freelance Architectural Photographer
DIGroup Architecture, New Brunswick, NJ, US, Communications and Marketing Manager
Responsible for firm's website and social media platforms, client presentations, RFP documents, schematic design and rendering production, publication and award submissions, writing, and in-house photography.
DIGroup Architecture, New Brunswick, NJ, US, Intern Architect and Graphic Designer
Responsibilities have included design and working drawings for Environmental Signage projects, website design and development, 3-D modeling in Sketchup, photorealistic rendering in Maxwell Render Suite, and construction documents for various architecture projects.
COOKFOX, New York, NY, US, Architectural Photographer and Communicator
University of Oregon School of Architecture and Allied Arts, Eugene, OR, US, Journalist
Employed by The University of Oregon's Communications and External Relations Office to produce monthly articles for online platforms and local AIA publications. Interviews with students and faculty prompted concise narratives about community achievements and events. Idea generation was often under the responsibility of this position.
University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, US, MArch, Architecture
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, US, Bachelors, International Studies
Concentration in Architectural Studies.
Drawing selected by jury, featured in the Moleskine Grand Central Terminal Centennial Sketchbook.
Selected photographs are included in a yearly publication. Two photographs submitted were chosen, one as honorable mention, one as best black and white photo.
Homemade Desert's Space in Transition Photography Competition, Honorable Mention
An international photography competition on the time we spend transitioning between spaces. The archives do not show this competition, though I have contacted them about publishing the results. The photograph can be seen on my website.
This award recognizes students whose work is innovative, provocative and explores new directions outside of convention.
Established in 1992 by Mrs. Francoise Campbell in honor of her husband, Richard Campbell (1930-1985), an internationally recognized architect who received his Bachelor degree in Architecture from the UO in 1956. Awarded to Undergraduate or graduate Architecture students in their final year of study. Criteria: Applicants will submit proposed travel and educational pursuits. Preference to students who demonstrate financial need.
For outstanding contribution to designBridge, a student-led community design/build program.
Awarded to students who are working towards paying their college costs and are able to demonstrate