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My varied work experience and interests are my greatest strengths as an emerging architectural designer. To this point, I’ve worked in two previous architectural firms: the first was in Boston in which I worked on a variety of residential and institutional sustainable projects (including Harvard’s Allston Science Complex). The other was an internship in NYC with an architect specializing in high-end residential projects. Additionally, I’ve worked in two architectural millwork shops, illustrated a book of plywood designs, worked in construction management and recently I designed a house renovation in Toronto that is currently under construction.
Perimeter Development, Toronto, ON, CA, Freelance Designer
Assisted builder of a complete gut renovation of semi-attached historic house in Rosedale, Toronto as the sole draftsperson and designer. Researched local zoning regulations, historic drawings, and the Ontario Building Code. Designed an open-concept first-floor, a functional basement, a master suite, a balanced rear facade and a landscape plan.
starch, Brooklyn, NY, US, Intern Architect
Primary draftsperson for a number of small residential additions, interior renovations and façade studies. Assisted with fixture, finish and color selections along with any pertinent technical information. Utilized 3D modeling as a design and presentation tool for clients. Complied and drafted drawing sets for clients, building managers and the NYC Department of Buildings.
Heights Woodworking, Brooklyn, NY, US, Draftsperson/Designer
Draftsperson for a variety of architectural woodworking projects. Routinely submitted drawings to the NYC Landmarks Commission for approval.
Storey Publishing, North Adams, MA, US, Illustrator
Illustrator of over 200 technical drawings for a book of plywood designs. Around 50 architects, woodworkers, furniture designers and students submitted small-scale plywood projects for the book. The project was to redraw and illustrate these projects for the book. PlyDesign out early 2012 from Storey Publishing.
422 Custom Cabinetry, Toronto, ON, CA, Shop Assistant
Part-time shop assistant for a small high-end woodworking shop, while I attended graduate school. Majority of the projects were residential interiors: kitchens, baths, living rooms, closets. Also built a variety of custom furniture.
Next Phase Studios, Boston, MA, US, Intern Architect
Intern architect for a small-sized architecture firm, focused on residential interiors and institutional projects all with a focus of sustainability. Primary model maker and draftsperson. Assisted with competition work. Project manager for a variety of small-scale projects.
Barr & Barr Builders, Williamstown, MA, US, Construction Management Internship
Assisted construction managers with new theater project for Williams College. Worked closely with both field engineers with layouts and as-builts and assisted the project managers with logistical issues.
James F. Sterns, Boston, MA, US, Construction Management Internship
Assisted steel erectors with clerical and surveying work for the construction of the Agganis Arena at Boston University.
Boston Water and Sewer Commision, Boston, Internship
Worked in the engineering planning division, assisting the engineers. Surveyed downspout locations, updated downspout survey diagrams, determined drainage basins of sewer outflows, organized engineering library.
Modern Continental Construction Co., Boston, MA, US, Construction Management Internship
University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, CA, MArch, Architecture
Focused on materials studies and urban planning strategies. Thesis work was on how use urban agriculture with a hybrid marketplace/community center to help revitalize post-industrial cities. Used the historic Broadway Market in Buffalo NY as test case and site for proposals.
Northeastern University, Boston, MA, US, Bachelors, Civil Engineering
Focused on construction management and site works.
WORKShop Shoe Tower Competition, 2nd Place
The Gale Academic Only Program Award, 1st Place
Award based on portfolio.