IPSA: 434 W. Ontario

I initially created this conceptual rendering for the client to envision a grand entry to the elevated space.  This project was to redesign an existing art gallery into an dining/lounge space. Continue reading


MBA/s: Coopenhagen Natural History Museum

This competition for a Natural History Museum only allotted up to 10,000 sq meters of new building.  With an extensive program, Alex and I, at MBA/s Architects in Germany, designed a program that would re-purpose existing buildings on the site that have been abandoned.  This reuse of structure creates a procession from the old to the new.  New construction was used for exhibits while re purposed spaces favored labs and storage.

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I studied fine art at CMU before attending Philadelphia University where in 2009 I graduated from a 5 year B.Arch. degree. I worked in the US and abroad as a designer/draftsman completing models, competition entries, and construction documents for various projects. My strengths lie in my ability to conceptualize ideas and utilizing drafting tools to bring those ideas into working drawings.

I recently moved to North California where I love to hike, kayak, and explore the great outdoors. I still pursue art in my free time.  I recently received an Honorable Mention at the International Photography Awards in 2012 for my Naked Colors series. I look forward to completing my IDP with a local firm and become a licensed architect.


2014 Arch Resume

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Work Sample

Work Sample

Work Sample

A Watch for an Architect

Watches used to be essential to architects before the 20th century.  They served a function, and were regarded as a tool.  The watches of the past were clear to read, simple, and ornate.  After the technological revolution, our phones replaced the function of the watch.  Cell phones became the new tool for professionals.  They replaced timekeeping and made watches obsolete.  In order to survive in a slouching market, brands like Movado rolled out signature pieces that focused on style, not function.  Since people didn’t need watches to tell time anymore, they could use these watches as fashion pieces.  Numbers were removed to create simple slick faces.  Accent diamonds became the focal point on the watch, not the arrows.  Soon the cell phone will be replaced by the smart phone – another leap in the technological revolution.

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