Domenic Pellicori

Domenic Pellicori

Chicago, IL, US

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Architecture and Design, among other industries, has the ability to enhance human life and experience.  I grew up being a very tactile person.  I have always been interested in the minute details.  When I encounter something new I enjoy figuring out how it was created and what the first few steps were, which relates to my interest in infrastructure.  Everything and everyone has a history.  In all of my work and life choices I intentionally think fifty steps ahead.  Questions unfold about the future life of an idea and how it will create a benefit.  Brainstorming these ideas and concerns with friends and colleagues is stimulating to me.  Bringing minds together to find possible answers that lead to a final product is a wonderful thing.  Lastly, I consider myself a lifelong learner.  My goal is to learn as much as I can about the world around me and transform that education into substance.


Dom P Photography, Chicago, Photographer - Videographer

Created brand and presence in the photo and video world. Had clients such as Childrens Miracle Network, School of Architecture and Urban Planning at UW-Milwaukee, and many others. Worked primarily with DSLR cameras, drones, and film SLR cameras.

Jan 2013 - current

Spirit of Space, Chicago, IL, US, Apprentice

Worked collaboratively through concept, production and post production. Created compelling compositions using architectural comprehension. Told structural narrative using simple DSLR, drone, and interview footage. Developed stories for buildings designed by Studio Gang Architects, Steven Holl Architects, wHY Architects, and many others involved in the Chicago Architecture Biennial. Daily use of Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, Photoshop, Lightroom, and Audition.

Apr 2016 - Jan 2018

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Research Fellowship

An exploration of cities along the Silk Road and the Indian Sub Continent. Reconstructed one of those cities by closely analyzing an old map and tracing over it using Adobe Illustrator. Then exported into Rhinoceros 5, and rendered into a 3D model for the production of a documentary about Medieval Riverlouges.

Apr 2014 - Sep 2014


University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI, US, BArch, Architecture

4 yeah bachelors program at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee. The program consisted 1 year of drawing courses, and 3 years of Studios and other design courses.

Sep 2012 - May 2016

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