Emily Gore

Emily Gore

Austin, TX, US



If I had to describe myself in three words it'd be: Quirky, Creative, and Technical; I love all design whether it's interior, architecture, graphic, etc. My main experience involves working at a tight-knit studio, specializing in interiors and production documents for residences and light commercial projects. Concentrating on everything from field measurements to punch lists was involved in my daily activities, as well as, assisting with the selection of finishes and products.



Hotze & Runkle, PLLC, Austin, TX, US, Investigations Coordinator

-Daily client interactions and occasional traveling, strengthening and maintaining my communication skills.
-Assisting and managing various general tasks for Investigations, increasing the efficiency of the department as a whole.

*Not a design job, I was laid off from my previous job (when recession hit) and took this one while I searched through the design world. I was recently laid off form this job, due to financial reasons at the company. Neither were work related.

Jan 2010 - Sep 2012

Site Architects, LLC, New Braunfels, TX, US, Design Coordinator, Designer

Primary responsibilities include:
-The production of construction documents, field investigation and technical analysis of project requirements.
-Communicate effectively in project meetings with other designers, architects, clients, and consultants.
-Assisting in the selection of materials and finishes, as well as, providing creative assistance on architectural documents.

May 2008 - Sep 2009

Panache Interiors, Austin, TX, US, Design Intern

-Provided assistance with space planning, material choices and client meetings.
-Introduced and demonstrated a new program (SketchUp) to the design firm, increasing the clients visual understanding.
-Provided drawing documents as well as renderings to owner and clients.
-Organized materials library & visited completed projects.

Jun 2007 - Jun 2008


Texas State University, San Marcos, TX, US, Bachelors, Interior Design

Majored in Interior Design, Minor in Technology, Dean's List

Aug 2003 - Dec 2007


Herman Miller Good Design Award, 2nd Place

Independent project involved taking a simple herman miller molded plastic chair and creating a design around it based off of what inspires you. My inspiration involved nature - specifically trees and organic forms.


New Braunfels Art League Scholarship, Scholarship

Art Scholarship while enrolled in my senior year or High School.


Areas of Specialization