Bio My professional interests lie in sustainability, social responsibility, rigorous material exploration, meticulous craft, and innovative, elegant design solutions. I graduated with honors from the University of Oregon, earning a professional architecture degree and a fine arts minor. I have a long-standing passion for fine art, and a background in web development and graphic design.
I have worked in British Columbia, Oregon and India, in both vernacular and contemporary styles. I am currently based in Eugene, Oregon, after two years traveling the world. Please get in touch with any questions, comments, or employment/collaboration opportunities.
Objects: Featured Projects
Chef's Block A contemporary kitchen island that takes cues from the traditional butcher's block. - UofO IARCH Studio, fall '08
Structures: Featured Projects Salon der Alchemisten Entry Tunnel Temporary structure for festival space. New Delhi, India. - Independent work, February '11
César Chávez High School An urban agriculture and sustainability-focused public school. Portland, Oregon. - UofO ARCH Thesis Studios, winter-spring '10
Résumé Professional Experience Designer, McFarland Marceau Architects, Vancouver, Canada, November 2014-December 2015
Design and develop drawings and specifications for educational, recreational, and institutional facilities throughout British Columbia. Design of interior and exterior spaces, construction details, 3-D modeling, and digital visualization.
Designer, Architrix Design Studio, Vancouver, Canada, June 2013-November 2014
Design and develop drawings and specifications for custom residential projects. Design presentations, 3-D modeling, and digital visualization.
Intern Architect, Willard C. Dixon Architect, Eugene, OR, February 2012-January 2013
Involved in all stages of mostly small residential, commercial, and historic preservation projects.
Junior Architect, Serie Architects, Mumbai, India, April 2011-September 2011
Schematic design, design development, and research for large and mid-sized housing and hospitality projects. Drafting, physical and digital 3D modeling, rendering, and presentation development.
Junior Architect, Wonder Grass Bamboo Architecture, Nagpur, India, November 2010-April 2011
Schematic design, design development, and working drawings for special commissions. Product development, and R+D for new construction systems and building prototypes. Website development and graphic design.
Shop Supervisor, A&AA Model Shop at University of Oregon, 2006-2009
Supervised students using wood shop facilities, and operated laser cutter for Art and Architecture student and faculty projects.
Graphic Designer/Web Designer, (freelance), 1995-Present
• Competent using Rhino 3D, Revit, and Maxwell Render.
• Experience with woodworking and digital fabrication.
• Experienced in graphic design and website development.
• Strong written and verbal communication skills.
• Ability to problem solve and learn new skills quickly.
• Makes a mean apricot lemon scone. Education B.Arch University of Oregon, Eugene, OR - Graduated June 2010
Five-year professional architecture degree. Art Minor, 3.82 GPA (cum laude). Academic Honors
• Honorable Mention, War Memorial Design Competition, 2007
• Diversity Building Scholar, 2006-2010, University of Oregon
• Grace Morris, Hendricks-Goodrich, Ben Selling, Jerome Steinbach, Rockwell, Joseph Starr, and Franz & Kathryn Stenzel Scholarships, 2006-2010. Advocacy Work Volunteer, Sexual Assault Support Services, Eugene, OR - 1999-2013
Design and develop agency website, administer IT system. Presented sexual abuse awareness and prevention curricula at middle and high schools. Co-facilitated support groups for abuse survivors. Represented the agency via tabling and public speaking.
Organizer, Against Patriarchy Conference, Eugene, OR - 2001-2003
Helped conceive and organize this free, annual conference held on the UO campus. Performed many duties including poster, program and website design, workshop coordination and facilitation, and much more.
Domestic Violence Intervention Specialist, Aces Nova, Eugene, OR - 2002
Co-facilitated groups of court-mandated domestic violence offenders in a feminist, accountability-based program. References Available upon request.
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