Brent Huntley

Brent Huntley

Bozeman, MT, US



Brent Huntley


_Locati Architecture Scholarship 2011-2012
* top honor awarded by Montana State School of Architecture

_Roscoe Hope Ackerly Memorial Scholarship 2009-2010

_Presidents List for academics all 12 semesters at Montana State University
* awarded to students with a GPA of 3.5 and above



_Master of Architecture, Montana State School of Architecture 2011-2012Outstanding Graduate Project, Finalist in Graduate Project Competition

* Cumulative Graduate Grade Point Average of 3.78


_Bachelor of Art in Environmental Design, Montana State School of Architecture 2007-2011
Outstanding Third Year Project

* Cumulative Undergraduate Grade Point Average of 3.74,
Top Honors for the School of Architecture


_Proficient in both Windows and Macintosh platforms

_Experienced in the following programs: Adobe Photoshop CS5, Adobe Illustrator CS5, Adobe InDesign CS5, Adobe AfterEffects CS5, Cinema 4D(maxon), 3D Studio Max 2012, AutoCAD 2012, Maya, Revit 2012, Rhinoceros 4, Grasshopper 3D (rhino), RhinoCAM, ESRI ArcGIS Software Suite, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Powerpoint, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Project Professional

_Fabrication experience: CNC Milling, 3D Printing, Laser Cutting, Model Fabrication and Construction, Glass Fusing, Woodworking, Metal Smithing

_Specialized in Architectural Rendering, including but not limited to:
Hand Graphics, Watercolor, Digital Painting, 3D modeling, Animation

_AmeriCorp and Community Design Services:
Lovell, Wyoming 2011-2012
I worked for the National Park Service in a redevelopment and re-envisioning of the Lovell Visitor Center. I worked with and coordinated an interdisciplinary team to produce a renovating scheme for the Visitor Center which would comply with the Living Building Challenge. The interdisciplinary team consisted of graduate architecture students, undergraduate architecture students, engineering students, architects, consultants, clients, and the community. This process included building inspection, historic research, documentation of current conditions, and innovative design strategies which would meet the Living Building Challenge. The final document was used by the National Park Service to acquire federal funding and bidding for a renovation of the Lovell Visitor Center which would achieve the Living Building Challenge.


_To best use the skills and knowledge that I have developed and cultivated through academic and non-academic experiences

_To develop work which embodies sensitivity, creativity, passion, and the poetic

_To further develop the graphic representation and communication of architecture


_I spend my spare time enjoying the outdoors and playing guitar

_I also enjoy: Competition Architecture, Film, Music, Fine Art, Philosophy, Science Fiction, Volunteer Service, and Community Involvement



Montana State University, Bozeman, MT, US, MArch, Master's of Architecture

Sep 2007 - May 2012

Areas of Specialization