Awards and Achievement
-Cumulative GPA of 3.77; with Dean’s List recognition
-Recipient of the Kansas State University Freshman Leadership Scholarship
-Recipient of the Humana Foundation Scholarship
-Recipient of the Schaefer, Johnson, Cox, Frey and Associates, P.A. Scholarship
-Recipient of the BRR Architecture Scholarship
-Nominee for Golden Key Foundation
-Nominee for Silver Key Foundation
-Nominee for National Society of Collegiate Scholars
-Finalist for First Annual Kansas AIA Student Design Competition 2012; Kansas State University and University of Kansas Colleges of Architecture
-Participated in Vertical Studio for the Re-Design of Seaton Hall; Kansas State University with Collaboration from 360 Architecture
-Member of College of Architecture, Planning and Design’s Ambassador and Mentor Program; Kansas State University
360 Architecture, Kansas City, MO, US, Architectural Intern
Eight Months of NCARB IDP Hours
Key Designer throughout on a Training Facility and Press Box Design for a Newly Established
Division I Football Program. Facility had to meet standards and requirements of the Host Conference. Design had to seamlessly blend into the context of the Old Football Stadium without becoming the focal point of the entire complex. Worked with many of the involved parties through out the design process. Including Athletic Director, Head Coach, Partner Firm Architects, Main Contractors.
Supportive Designer on a New Arena Facility for a Professional Hockey Team. New arena had to
become a place for activities to happen year round. Design had to react to the harsh weather swings of the region as well as become a landmark in the community. The integration of all aspects was essential.
Revit Specialist throughout many Stadium Projects internationally as well as in the United States. Helped with project management in the final stages of a Division I Football Stadium Redesign.
Lead Designer in a Private, Architecturally-Famous Kansas City Residence Addition. Design had to
blend seamlessly into the architecture of the existing construction. Worked in person with Owner and
Contractors of the project.
Crowley, Wade, Milstead, Independence, MO, US, Architectural Intern
Three Months of NCARB IDP Hours
Integral throughout the redesign process of several Major Fast Food Chains to conform to new branding
and facade designs. Each adapted the overall design to meet existing building constraints.
Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, US, MArch, College of Architecture