John Kordela

John Kordela

Marina del Rey, CA, US



I have over 15 years of experience as an independent architectural visualization artist and 3D/BIM modeler for a wide variety of architectural disciplines. I studied 3D modeling and animation at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. I have a unique balance of abilities in 3D such as Animation, VR, and Architectural Illustration that are intended to communicate design concepts for the unbuilt environment, experiential events, themed and immersive entertainment etc. as clearly and intuitively as possible.

Please feel free to contact me if you would like information about my Visualization services.

John C. Kordela 

Architectural Visualization Artist | KordelaVIZ

(650) 215-8789 | | |



Asbuilt Services, Remote / Portland OR, Architectural Product Specialist, BIM & CAD Technician.

- Remote Project Coordination, Standards Compliance, Drawing Auditing & Training for Architectural CAD drawings and BIM models (Revit).
- Production of Architectural CAD Drawings and Revit Models using 3D scan data and proprietary technology.
- Commercial, Residential & Institutional Architectural Projects.

May 2016 - current

Kordela Studio Architectural Illustration, Santa Fe, NM, US, 3D Visualization Artist

Photorealistic Architectural Stills, Animations and Real-Time Presentations, Mixed Media.
Remote Project Management and Quality Control of production modelers.

Jan 2003 - current

Architectural Alliance, Santa Fe, NM, US, Revit BIM & CAD Technician.

Revit Design, CAD Documentation & Project Management for Commercial,
Residential & Institutional Architectural Projects.

Nov 2014 - May 2016


Cuesta College, San Luis Obispo, CA, US, Architecture

Architectural Design in preparation for transfer to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.

Jan 2005 - Jan 2007

Academy Of Art University, San Francisco, CA, US, 3D Modeling and Animation

3D Modeling and Animation, Fine Art ( Drawing, Painting, Composition, Color Theory), Illustration, Graphic Design.

Jan 2000 - Jan 2003

Areas of Specialization