Edward Conroy

Edward Conroy

Miami, FL, US



Recently moved from Miami to New York, I have a background in architecture, as well as skills in photography, furniture design and assembly, and graphics.


I've made it a design ideology to focus on details and honest clear designs. Skilled with Rhino, AutoCAD, and the Adobe software, I'm able to communicate through sketches as well as rendered samples.


Worked for a small design firm, I've experienced handling multiple hats, such as design process, mockup presentations, sales position, upkeep and studio maintenance, product branding, and photographic shooting for website presentation, as well as distribution of furniture and materials.


Through architecture school I developed a keen eye for aesthetics and balanced design, as well as many skills such as photoshop, illustrator, and even publishing skills with InDesign. I'm certified in CAD drawing and 3D modeling, and as a hobby, I do photography which has lead to some publications on, and some campaigns. I work as a team player with a balance on assertiveness and patience. I can meet steep deadlines; I aim to please.



Pie Studio, Miami, Design intern

My time in Pie studios was short due to the company being relocated to Thailand, but while I was there, my responsibilities were vast and not limited to the average intern position.

Photoshop post editing of mock-ups and presentation boards.
Post editing of studio photographs to be displayed on
Photographing furniture pieces
Selling of furniture and potential client relationship
Organizing the studio space
Logistics of furniture sales as well as budget costs
Input in design process, as well as research collecting for projects
Renders (Rhino, AutoCAD, V-Ray, sketchup)

Sep 2013 - Jun 2014


Miami Dade College, Miami, FL, US, Architecture

Throughout my time in Miami Dade college, we were essentially re-programed into thinking more analytically and approaching architecture with a mind that can visualize the manifestation of cultural, technological, and artistic achievement and turn it into architecture. Utilizing analytical reasoning together with a theoretical methodology were the foundations that were instilled in to the curriculum. Rigorous academic challenges were placed to further expand the collective knowledge in our academic understanding of architecture. This portfolio is the culmination of my time spent in Miami Dade College.

Aug 2011 - Jun 2014


Most Innovative design, 1st Place

Furniture piece exhibited in a gallery space for the school of architecture for Miami Dade college. A furniture design I co-designed won for most innovative design; the furniture piece was designed to reshape and deconstruct tradition benches and their form of design, working in a sequence, slices of plywood functioned as the rest, as well as base for the entire piece. Utilizing parametric design infused with a minimalist approach, the bench with multiple program solution won.


Miami Dade college Testimony to board of Trustees, Award

I was tasked with the honor of representing the school of architecture of Miami Dade college to best speak on the curriculum and methods of how we were being taught, as well as mentioning the awards presented to me for innovation and approach towards architecture.


Publication: MFO studios : Architecture Pedagogy (volume 1 &2), Honorable Mention

Work of mine was chosen to be published in a collection of student work.


Architecture student of the year AIA, Nomination

Nominated for the school of architecture in Miami Dade college for student of the year.


Amateur photographer of the year, 1st Place

The nightclub company that I worked for held a contest for the photographers, the winning photograph that best captured the "Miami nightlife" won the title of Amateur photographer of the year, and a bonus for the quarter.


Fro Knows photo contest, 1st Place

A photographic contest that best emulated a balanced aesthetic with proper composition. I won with a picture of a vulture taken in the South Florida Everglades.


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