These projects, both built and unbuilt, represent my experience as an architect. I have eight years of architectural experience, and four years as an architectural historian. Currently, I am a design project manager at MADE Architecture for a five-floor townhouse residential conversion. I began working at MADE in November 2012.
At HWKN I was the project architect on their built projects for over two years. My role included schematic design, design and construction documentation, and construction administration. I was also key to their competition submittals. Although I also worked at Platt Byard Dovell White (PBDW) for three years, the work at HWKN best represents my design aesthetic and my responsibilities as a project architect. However, I learned a great deal from PBDW and can provide more information about my work there.
My work as an architectural historian was centered around 19th century American architecture. I also have a M.A. History of Art, and after writing a graduate thesis about Kirkbride model insane asylums and the history of asylum care, I went on to work at the Ohio Historic Preservation Office and a private consulting firm that investigated threatened historic resources. I also learned a great deal from these positions.
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Here is a partial sampling of sketches made while traveling through Germany, Austria, France and Switzerland.