Warren Techentin Architecture (WTARCH), Los Angeles, CA, Project Manager
Project Manager for the 2014 Materials & Applications installation titled "La Cage aux Folles"
Christian Stayner; 2012 William Muschenheim Fellow (University of Michigan), Ann Arbor, MI, US, Research Assistant
Creation of drawings and models displayed at University of Michigan's 2013 Fellowship Exhibition.
Project included research and design on architectural interventions within sites of resource extraction.
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, US, Drafting Assistant
Assisted mechanical engineers in design development and construction document production.
Conducted on-site recordings and system documentation.
Performed mechanical systems research.
Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), Los Angeles, CA, US, Student Occupancy Transition Unit (Intern)
Facilitated delivery and installation of equipment and furniture for seven new construction projects.
Managed logistics for three new construction projects with 1.8M average budget per school.
- Coordinated with administrators and principals to insure client satisfaction.
- Monitored installation procedures and provided input on scope and schedule.
Production and organization of client close-out documents to communicate completed tasks.
Attended OSHA certification courses in response to California State regulations.
Zago Architecture, Los Angeles, CA, US, Visiting Intern
Created/prepared drawings, physical models, and photographs for residential client interviews.
Information organization and indexing of material.
Creation of diagrammatic film for presentation and educational purposes.
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, US, BArch, Architecture
4.0 Studio GPA
3.5 Overall GPA
Raoul Wallenberg Award, 2nd Place
Awarded $5,000 travel stipend made possible through the Benard L. Maas Foundation intended to recognize the very best conceived and executed studio work by Taubman College seniors.
Leonard B. Willeke Portfolio Competition, Honorable Mention
Undergraduate students are eligible to enter the annual portfolio design competition sponsored by the Leonard B. Willeke endowment fund.
Portfolios are submitted anonymously and judged by a jury of Alumni Board members and Taubman College faculty during the annual winter business meeting. The award winner(s) will receive a monetary prize as reward for their outstanding portfolio design.
2013 Student Exhibition - Studio Project, Honorable Mention