An architecture intern utilizing architectural design, drafting skills, and expertise in driving projects in order to provide quality construction with innovative solutions.
Freedom Cafe, Amherst, MA, US, Relief Worker (Volunteer Barista)
Volunteer Bartista for a local Non-profit Cafe dedicated in fighting against human trafficking through building recovery facilities in high impacted regions globally.
TIA Architects, Amherst Center, MA, US, Student Extern
Under Nacul Center of Ecological Architecture directed by local independent architect Tullio Inglese
Antinozzi Associates, Bridgeport, CT, US, Extern
This was a three day shadowing opportunity to engage in the field
University of Massachusetts Amherst, Amherst, MA, US, Bachelors, Architecture
• Undergraduate Student within the Commonwealth Honors College
• Vice President of the AIAS Organization in the UMass Chapter
Northern Essex Community College, Haverhill, MA, US, Liberal Arts
• Graduated Magna Cum Laude as a Commonwealth Honors Scholar
• Part of Phi Theta Kappa National Honors Society
Common Boston Common Build Competition is an annual 72hr design-build challenge to engage communities all over Boston and its surrounding cities through redefining public space.
My team entry Chalk Blocks engages with the community with sets of movable, modular boxes with writing surfaces that call for active participation. Left for the public to draw, write, sit, and lean on, Chalk Blocks has a way of appeasing park goers of all ages. Project took title of Popular Vote.
Parnassus Literary Magazine is a Columbia Scholastic Press Association Crown Award-winning student literary magazine based at Northern Essex Community College which showcases selected student works.
For the May 2013 Issue, "What Does it Feel Like?" by Victoria Phạm was published.
Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, 2nd Place
A program which recognizes young creatives and passionate artists, The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards in its 56th-year run recognized 391 selected talents in the arts out of 3,451 total Bay State contestants.
Earned Regional Silver Key recognition by submitting a watercolor piece.