Portfolio 2000 – 2009
includes work from:
Undergraduate Bachelor of Architecture Degree
Undergraduate Art Minor
Pickard Chilton Architects – New Haven, Connecticut
June 2005 – August 2009
Collaborated in the design and development of a number of mixed use projects ranging from 785,000 gsf to 1.3 million gsf, all have achieved or expect to achieve LEED Gold ratings. Led the design for key elements of each project which included coordination with the consultant team and client.
300 North LaSalle – 1.3 million gsf office in Chicago, Illinois 60 stories
444 West Lake – 1.2 million gsf office in Chicago, Illinois 50 stories
Hines California Green – 785,000 gsf office, hotel, retail in Irvine, California 2-12 stories
Selser Schaefer Architects – Tulsa, Oklahoma
August 1999 – August 2004
Completed all phases of design from concept to construction on several diverse projects including the Tulsa Boys’ Home Chapel and Campus, the Edmond Animal Welfare Center, and multiple private residences and religious institutions. In addition to the development of all aspects of the design my project responsibilities included the preparation of marketing materials for presentations, research of products, and coordination of the consultant team.
Oklahoma State University – Teaching Assistant
1216 Design Studio – Spring 2005
Critiqued first year design students daily. Studio focused on basic drawing and design principles.
1112 Intro to Architecture – Fall 2003, 2004
Graded assignments and assisted first year students interested in the architecture program.
Discover Architecture – Summer 2003
Taught high school juniors and seniors about architecture.
ASTEK – Architecture Students Teaching Elementary Kids
Past-Coordinator 2004-2005; Coordinator 2003-2004; Assistant Coordinator 2002-2003
This program provided a creative element to the education of fifth grade students in the Stillwater Public Schools after budget cuts eliminated all art education classes. I restructured the curriculum and worked with Professor Suzanne Bilbeisi to receive a large grant for funding the program. To this day the program continues to be a successful part of the Stillwater Public Schools’ curriculum.