I pride myself in being self-motivated, hardworking and a conscientious person. I have a high
degree of self-discipline and motivation which allows full commitment to achieve design
excellence. Through my experiences in education and the workplace I have shown high
levels of initiative and dedication in carrying out my work. I am an Irish citizen of 24 years of
age with an J1-IWT visa and currently seeking work in New York to expand my experience into new areas of architecture and design.
Jacobs Engineering, Dublin, IE, Graduate Architect
• Assistant Architect to the Director of Architecture for the Northern Region (USA and Europe)
• During my time at Jacobs I gained experience in design development and interacting with clients on large scale industrial projects throughout Europe, aiding the preparation of development drawings and creating 3d models for pharmaceutical projects for clients such as Unilever, Amgen and Intel.
• Assisted in the detailed design and preparation of tender packages for smaller projects
• Principal 3D designer in office.
• Developed Skills in Autocad, Sketchup, Navisworks, Revit, Photoshop and Document control.
Shifting Ground: Ireland at Venice (Venice Architecture Biennale 2012), Venice, Invigilator
Provided information for Irish Pavilion designed by Heneghan Peng Architects entitled “Shifting Ground”
Invigilator for the pavilions also managed the Pavilions of Chile and Peru during my time in Venice. I maintained the cleanliness and safety of the exhibition
CCAE : Cork School of Architecture, Cork ireland, BArch, architecture
First Class honours (2nd in class)
Design Studio, Applied Technology, Environmental Design, History and Theory of
Architecture and Landscape Architecture, Conservation Studies, Construction, Materials and
Written Thesis; ‘’The Capitalist City: An Economic study of the history of Manchester’’. A
study of how the forces of capitalism have shaped the form and nature of Manchester the
world’s first industrial city ,from its beginnings to the present day.
Design Thesis: ‘’The [Re] Breaking Yard’’ exploring the re-introduction of industry to the
disused docklands of the city. The design places a ship-breaking yard into the context of the
city, the yard Engages with the city by creating a space that evokes and allows access to
process of shipbreaking.
The project was selected for entry to the prestigious RIBA Presidents Medal
RIBA Presidents Medal, Nomination
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) President’s Medals Student Awards are considered the most prestigious and long-lasting awards in architectural education in the world.
First awarded in 1836 as the RIBA Silver Medal for an architectural essay (and awarded from 1855 to ‘Measured Drawings’ produced by a talented graduate), this is the RIBA’s longest-living award (preceding the Royal Gold Medal, which was established in 1848). In 1984, the Institute decided to create a Bronze Medal to reward a Part 1 student while the Silver Medal was awarded to a Part 2 student. In 2001, a Dissertation Medal was added. Since its early days, the aim of the awards has been to promote excellence in the study of architecture, to reward talent and to encourage architectural debate worldwide.
Each year the RIBA invites approximately 300 schools of architecture from over 60 countries to nominate design projects and dissertations produced by their students. Winners are announced in December at the annual President’s Medals ceremony at the RIBA headquarters in London where the Bronze, Silver and Dissertation Medals are presented.