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Michael is a Project Manager and Educator. He designs architecture and has a Masters of Architecture from Pratt. He has leadership roles on built projects and competitions in New York for the past three years. Before moving to New York, Michael worked as a Paramedic in Duluth, MN, and studied Fine Art. With his life experience, Bachelors in Medicine, and computational design skills developed at Pratt, Michael's projects are organisms that respond to multiple interconnected systems of context and emerging technology.
Kean University, Union, NJ, US, Visiting Adjunct Professor
Revit Instruction at the Michael Graves College of Architecture
CRAFT | Engineering Studio, New York, NY, US, Senior Technical Designer
Management, Building Information Modeling, and Structural Design of projects ranging from sculptures, to stair cases, to renovations and ground-up construction.
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, US, Visiting Assistant Professor
Instruction assistance of graduate level Design Studio with Henry Smith-Miller
Smith-Miller + Hawkinson Architects, New York, NY, US, Architectural Designer
Buro Happold Engineering, New York, NY, US, Intern Technical Designer
Computational Modeling for large scale international projects.
Studios GO, New York, NY, US, Architectural Intern
On small team designing, managing, and researching a project for Queens Center Mall; A unique canopy activating an escalator atrium by providing protection and identity for a new business, Kido Sushi.
Gold Cross Ambulance, Duluth, MN, US, EMT-Paramedic
Management of medical and trauma emergencies.
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, US, MArch, Masters of Architecture
At Pratt GAUD, Michael focused on the intersection of computation, natural systems, and theory to investigate to develop new ideas for the practice of Architecture. Studies included building systems, structures, zoning, programming, prefabrication, CNC, and dynamic form generation.
University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, US, Bachelors, Honors
Physical Sciences curriculum for Pre-Medicine; Anatomy, Physiology, Organic Chemistry, Biology, Physics. As well as Fine Arts, Philosophy, Eastern Religion, Creative Writing.
Pratt GAUD Graduate Academic Excellence, Award
Howard W. Lyons/Alice Tweed Tuohy Award for Fine Art, Award