Tytus Millikan

Tytus Millikan

Brooklyn, NY, US

View Portfolio


2019 Graduate of the School of Architecture of Pratt Institute with a B.Arch degree and a minor in Film/Video. I also fight wildfires in my home state of Nevada when I have time off during the summers. I have a passion for landscape design, landscape preservation, the interdisciplinary relationship between film and architecture, and rendering and animation visualizations.



Bureau of Land Management, Elko, NV, US, Wildland Technician

Every summer for four years I have worked for the federal government protecting public lands across the United States. In rigorous and high intensity environments I have been tasked with performing fire suppression, monitoring fire activity, reporting weather conditions, communicating via radio to hundreds of other fire personnel, and transitioning into a leadership role in order to teach less experienced firefighters how to accomplish duties in a safe and efficient manner.

May 2016 - current

ERAY/CARBAJO Inc, Brooklyn, NY, US, Design Intern

Tasked with seeing a small scale product design through the entirety of conceptual development, sample and material tests, and final production. The product (designer cupcake mold) was to begin from a previous design of furniture the firm had produced, and end with a result that carried formal language across scale.

Aug 2017 - Jan 2018

Frame Architecture, Reno, NV, US, Design Intern

Assisted with residential conceptual design, cataloging details, and produced documents for to red line. Was placed in charge of producing renderings and animated walkthroughs for multiple projects.

May 2015 - Aug 2015


Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, US, BArch, Undergrad Architecture

Completed five years of intense architectural education, as well as chose to minor in film/video. Produced five archived projects, three of which received honorary publications or additional presentation opportunities. Me and my partners' final degree project was selected with honors and received consideration in the CLOG publication on cannabis.

Aug 2014 - May 2019

Areas of Specialization