Jaime Bernal

Jaime Bernal

San Francisco, CA, US



Jaime is a twenty-three year old Bay Area native. Lover of design, photography, music, and traveling. His work seeks to challenge and augment the environment we perceive around us. Jaime is interested in architecture that can plug-in to the larger context, and create programable interventions in the urban fabric. He is fascinated with the aspect of time and how function and program vary throughout the day as well as through the years. Aside from architecture, Jaime's current work experiments with combining mixed-media collage with stop motion animation as a way to further explore and interact with the built environment. Thanks to CCA, Jaime has had the opportunity to travel, taking architecture and interdisciplinary design studio classes in New York City, New York (Fall 2011) Paris, France (summer 2012), São Paulo, Brazil (spring 2013), Santiago, Chile and Buenos Aires, Argentina (summer 2013), And Shanghai, China (spring 2014). His work has been exhibited locally in San Francisco and the greater Bay Area. More recently, he took part in an international student workshop (spring-summer 2013) a partnership between CCA and Marmara University. His work from the workshop was among fourteen chosen to be on display at the Pera Museum in Istanbul, Turkey. 


California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA, US, Educational Technology Services

Assist faculty and students with technical support
Trained Faculty and students on how to print (wide formate/regular)
Tasks include:
Insuring printers and plotters have adequate paper and ink

Jan 2011 - May 2014


California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA, US, BArch, Architecture

Sep 2009 - May 2014

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