Crispin Mathias+Fisher

Crispin Mathias+Fisher

Seattle, WA, US



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I am looking for a BIM-minded team to join and grow. I am more than just Revit savvy. I am an AIA award-winner, nationally recognized graphic designer and front-cover-worthy photographer. I am a polished public speaker, creative presenter and well known closer. With more than seven years professional experience, I am able to wear many hats at a small firm. If you are curious as to whether I will be a good fit for your team, let's chat. I am ready to start work immediately - MAY 2015. 


Crispin Mathias+Fisher, Assoc. AIA, LEED AP, CDT & Revit Certified Professional, Autodesk Certified Instructor


Q: Registered?

A:  Almost, I have passed 5 of 7 architectural licensing exams. Structures and MPE sections remain.

A:  Yes, since 2006 I’ve contributed to the certification of 4 gold and 3 silver USGBC projects. 

Q:  Mad Revit Skills?
A:  I hold both Autodesk Revit Architecture Associate and Professional certifications and enjoy helping AEC firms implement this software.

Q:  InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Adobe Creative Suite?
A:  I have mastered these programs, worked in them for 10+ years and worked with Environmental Graphic clients.


XXX, Seattle, WA, US, confidential

Jul 2014 - current

Bridgestone Americas, BIM Manager (contract through ASI)

Jun 2013 - Mar 2014

Advanced Solutions, Inc. - Autodesk Platinum Partner, BIM Consultant / Revit Ninja

Jun 2012 - Mar 2014

Boulifard Consultants, Revit Modler, BIM Consultant

Sep 2011 - Jun 2012

Street Dixon Rick Architecture, Project Designer, BIM Manager

5 of 7 ARE sections passed, actively pursuing architecture license
Revit wizard / Revit Therapist, cover worthy photographer, project designer, proposal writer, talent recruiter, documentary maker, 3D view master, in house BIM trainer, AIA ambassador

Boys & Girls Club of Franklin/Williamson County [Revit]
MTSU Student Union [Revit]
First Presbyterian Church - Oak Hill [AutoCad]
Oak Hill School Addition [AutoCad]
Immanuel Baptist Church Steeple [AutoCad]
Vanderbilt University Commons [AutoCad]
Vanderbilt University Day Care Center [Revit]
Brentwood Church of the Nazarene [Revit]
Saint Andrews Lutheran Church [AutoCad]
First Baptist Church Murfreesboro [Revit]
HG Hill Mixed Use Building - West Nashville [Revit]
Brantley Residence [Revit]
Vannoy Residence [Revit]
Laurel School Master Planning [Revit]
Laurel School Art/Development Renovation [Revit]
Laurel School Campus Dining Addition [Revit]
Harpeth Hall Master Planning [Revit]
Harpeth Hall Wellness Center [Revit]
Harding Academy Master Planning [Revit]
Harding Academy New Middle School [Revit]
Vanderbilt University Phi Kappa Psi House [AutoCad/Photoshop]
Nashville State Community College Master Plan [AutoCad]
Nashville State Community College 5 New Classrooms [AutoCad]
West Virginia University Design Build Campus Planning [Sketchup[AutoCad/Photoshop]
WVU Chapel [Sketchup/AutoCad/Photoshop]
WVU Student Residential Tower [SketchupAutoCad/Photoshop]
WVU Maintenance Building [Sketchup[AutoCad/Photoshop]
Adams Memorial Library [Revit]
Pleasant Hill Community Church [Revit]
Founders Hall at Juniata College [AutoCad]
Methodist College Library/Pulaski Community Library [Revit]
Lynwood Residence [AutoCad]
Four Seasons Condo [Revit]
USPFO Mixed Use Building [Revit]

Jul 2007 - Sep 2011

DA|AD Dryden Abernathy Architectural Design, Intern Architect

residential, multi-family, commercial, neighborhood planning
construction documents, construction administration, physical model building, project photographer, in house graphic designer

Salem Gardens [AutoCad]
Gale Park Place Master Planning [AutoCad]
West Eastland [Sketchup/AutoCad/Photoshop]
Bancroft Residence [AutoCad]
Fanning Bend Lake House 1 [AutoCad]
Fanning Bend Lake House 2 [AutoCad]
Tim's Ford Private Residence [AutoCad]
The Glenn [Sketchup/AutoCad/Photoshop]
Madison Square [Sketchup/AutoCad/Photoshop]
Polk Avenue Lofts [AutoCad]
1220 White Avenue [AutoCad]
The Secret Garden Exhibition at Cheekwood [Sketchup/AutoCad/Photoshop]
Summer Street Lofts [AutoCad]
6th & Hume [AutoCad]
Morgan Park Place [Sketchup/AutoCad/Photoshop]
Carriage Houses at Morgan Park Place [AutoCad]
Princeton Gardens Master Planning [AutoCad]
Baron Dowdle Headquarters [AutoCad]
The Baron Residence [AutoCad]
Cha-Cha Restaurant [AutoCad]
Popo Cool Kid Stuff [AutoCad]

Mar 2006 - Jul 2007


The University of Tennessee - Knoxville, BArch, Architecture

bachelor of architecture
business minor
secondary studies in communications + journalism
campus planning
historic preservation
housing studies
model building
3D visualization and animation

Sep 1999 - Dec 2005

Denmark International Study Program, Architecture

scandinavian design studios
specialized day lighting research
intensive precedent studies
managed print production for semester end open house
large scale model building
materials investigation and testing
self guided tour of Western European Architecture

Jun 2004 - Aug 2004

Planning + Design Studio, Urban Planning

interned during Stroud Watson's 21st century waterfront
schematic design for Outdoor Chattanooga pavilion in Wetlands Park
attended city planning sessions with Mayor
proposed new housing for North Shore
toured urban design case-studies, Savannah + Charleston

Jan 2004 - Jun 2004


Cover Photographer for Solar Today, Award

Photographs graced the cover of the May '11 issue for feature story.


AIA Presidential Award of Excellence, Award

“Look in the dictionary under the term “creative risk-taker” and you’ll find her picture. This silver-tongued devil is equally gifted with the written word and her speaking ability…and that is only over-shadowed by her computer/technical skills. We’ve only known her for a few months, so Lord knows what other talents will emerge as time goes by. But, for now, we award Crispin Mathias-Fisher, Assoc AIA, this presidential award of excellence for her work on the 2010 convention.”

- Connie C. Wallace, Executive Vice President AIA TN


2009 Urban Land Institute, Award

The Commons project was recognized for innovation in land use and design excellence by ULI Nashville District Council.


Green Star Award - SDR, Award

Street Dixon Rick Architecture received the Green Star Award for Corporate Contribution from the Middle Tennessee chapter of the US Green Building Council (USGBC) recently, primarily for the firm’s investment in solar energy. The Green Star Award is presented each year to an individual, company or project that has represented the chapter’s mission by promoting principles of sustainable design and construction.


National Marketing Communications Awards, 1st Place

Nashville-based Street Dixon Rick Architecture, PLC received top honors in the small firm category at the 31st Annual National Marketing Communications Awards Society gala held in Denver. More than 350 entries from the U.S., Canada, and Australia competed in 18 categories. The Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) has more than 6,800 members.

The firm illustrated its commitment to sustainable design without becoming part of the indiscriminate green tsunami of environmentally-messaged marketing. Twin themes of artistic distinction and sustainability recur throughout. Organic elements include seeded paper and a card that, when folded, becomes its own envelope. Artistic elements include snowflake artwork created from architectural elements of buildings designed for clients and the words from a song referencing snowflakes. The card sprouts wildflowers with just a bit of soil, water and sunshine. Several clients reported planting the cards and wildflowers blooming. Each sheet, embedded with Bird's Eye, Clarkia, Poppy, Catchfly and Snap Dragon seeds, included planting instructions. A flower postage stamp emphasized the theme.


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