Currently a graduate architecture student at Clemson University, I see myself as not only a designer or an aspiring architect, but a student of my surroundings. Each day provides new challenges that become opportunities to grow and learn. I am a motivated individual that is passionate about my work and love pushing myself to my fullest potential.
Previously, I worked as an Intern Architect at Axis Architecture in Indianapolis, Indiana. During that time, I worked on a wide range of projects primarily in the schematic design and construction document stages. I graduated from Ball State University in 2011, earning a Bachelors of Science in Architecture. Throughout my academic years I earned numerous awards and honors, as well as having the opportunity to travel both independently and as a student to 15 different countries, including studying abroad in Australia and New Zealand in the Spring of 2010 and Barcelona in the Spring of 2013.
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Sink Combs Dethlefs Architects, Denver, CO, US, Intern Architect
Axis Architecture, Indianapolis, Intern Architect
Clemson University, Clemson, SC, US, MArch, Architecture
Ball State University, Muncie, IN, US, Bachelors, Architecture
Harlan E. McClure Award, Nomination
Comprehensive Design Award, 1st Place
Cripe Design Competition, Honorable Mention
AIAS Student Research+ Design Competition, Award
2010 NCMAF Solar Kiln Competition, 2nd Place
Gresham Smith Competition, Honorable Mention
2010 NCMAF "New" Block Competition, 2nd Place
ICMA Competition, 1st Place