LEED Green Associate
i solve problems by designing solutions.
I am a designer.
I find that my interests in the design profession are mostly targeted at solving problems - whether they are aesthetic issues of form, scale, and material, or or hiccups in the design and production process ie. workflow. My work ranges from architectural projects on the scale of skyscrapers to 3D rendering of proposed projects to an almost obsessive placement of shapes and typography. I see design as a scalar solution for issues of experience, information, and ugliness.
Currently, I am an Architectural Designer at L2Partridge in Philadelphia. My primary roles there range from conceptual through design development of buildings to design technology to architectural visualization to print marketing and website design. Previous to working in Philadelphia, I was a Junior Designer at FXFOWLE Architects in New York City.
I've had the privilege of being involved with architectural higher-education while working. I have been a visiting critic at various architecture schools including Pratt Institute, University of Penn, Columbia University, New York Institute of Technology and Syracuse University.
I studied architecture at Syracuse University where I received a Bachelor of Architecture in 2013. Upon graduation, I was awarded the Luther Gifford Prize, an annual award for highest rank in architectural scholarship. My thesis, Simultaneous Cities was awarded a Dean's Citation for Excellence in Thesis Design.
Bachelor of Architecture, 2013
Syracuse University, School of Architecture
Awarded Luther Gifford Prize in Architecture for Highest Rank in Scholarship.
Awarded Dean's Citation for Excellence in Thesis Design.
Architectural Designer, 2015 - Present
L2Partridge, LLC. // Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Junior Designer, 2013 - 2015
FXFOWLE Architects // New York, New York
Architecture Intern, 2012
Erdy McHenry Architecture // Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Competition Team Member, 2012
Munly Brown Studio // Syracuse, New York
Design Intern, 2011 - 2013
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