Jeanie recently received her Master of Architecture degree at The University of Texas at Austin. Prior to her graduate study, she worked for seven years in an award-winning architecture firm in the Bay Area, Swatt | Miers Architects. As a Project Captain at the office, Jeanie managed projects from beginning to end—contributed during schematic design, produced construction documents, and oversaw project construction administration. Projects she led or participated in subsequently won significant awards. During her time at Swatt | Miers, she also designed two monographs that represented the firm’s work. Her latest book design project is the world-renowned historian Anthony Alofsin’s new book, Dream Home: What You Need to Know Before You Buy.
During her time at UT Austin, besides studying architecture, Jeanie contributed extensively to the University’s graphic and identify development. She was a graphic designer hired through the University’s Office of Sustainability, however her work was not limited to one department; various organizations in the University sought for her design contributions. Her work dotted campus and school publications.
Jeanie has a wide range of interest in the arts and design. While Architecture is her profession, she sees herself as a curious explorer and seeker of knowledge and wisdom—values in the beautiful and the ugly, the theoretical and the practical, the extraordinary and the mundane.
Please visit www.mostlyarchitecture.com for my complete portfolio and resume.
Maziar Behrooz Architecture, East Hampton, NY, and New York, NY, Senior Architect
Atema Architecture, New York, NY, US, Architectural Designer
Staff designer working on a small restaurant remodel in Central Park and a residential remodel near Union Square.
Anthony Alofsin Garden House, Austin, TX, US, Freelance Building Designer
After a successful collaboration with Dr. Alofsin on his new book in the Spring of 2013, I was offered an opportunities to develop a Construction Document set for his Garden House. The project and the collaboration was an enlightening and fruitful experience.
Matt Fajkus Architecture, LLC, Austin, TX, US, Building Design and Consultant, Part-Time
With my previous residential architecture experience, I joined the team as a senior design consultant. I developed and drew building details, and shared my insights on residential construction with the team. I was also a key contributor to the office’s initial setup, establishing filing systems and CAD standards.
Swatt Miers Architects, Emeryville, CA, US, Job Captain
Started as an intern right after graduation, I grew and matured into a project Job Captain during my time at the firm. I worked directly with the principal architect Robert Swatt, assisted and contributed through all phases of each project—from schematic design to construction administration. I made models, researched codes, coordinated with consultants, and facilitated communication among client, architect, and contractor. I have been through the Design Review process and prepared submittal packages for more than 20 houses; worked on numerous Construction Document sets, including completing three sets on my own.
The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, US, MArch, School of Architecture
University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, Bachelors, College of Environmental Design - Architecture