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Associate AIA Member

NCARB Record Holder Actively Fulfilling Credit Hours - 62.25/5600 Hours


Learn architectural practices and gain experience in the Intern Development Program (IDP).


Architectural detailing, conceptual design, woodworking, hand drafting, architectural models
Mac and Windows OS Platforms AutoCAD, Photoshop, InDesign, 3dsMax, Revit, Sketchup, Illustrator, Microsoft Office

Work experience

Sep 2010Present

Architectural Designer

Mulligan Design Build

Architectural designer and contractor based in Warrenton, VA.  Residential design, construction documentation and contracting.

Aug 2009Aug 2009

Carpenter/ Assistant

Mark St. Onge, Inc.

Framing, deck carpentry, siding, hardwood flooring, casework

May 2008Aug 2008


Joseph Schott LLC

Single-family home construction documents and construction progress reports

Jun 2007Aug 2007


Norsman Architect

Single family home design, commercial design and construction documents


Glenn Murcutt Master Class

Elected to and attended an architectural design workshop under the tutelage of renowned architects Glenn Murcutt (Pritzker Prize ‘02), Peter Stutchbury, Richard Leplastrier, Brit Andresen and Lindsay Johnston.

Sep 2005May 2009

Bachelors of Architecture - 5 year Professional Degree

Illinois Institute of Technology

Graduated with Honors

3.5 gpa

AIA Chicago Design Award Nomination

Elected to and attended the Seoul, South Korea Travelling Studio

Final 1-year capstone project - Farming Cooperative


Construction Documents Technologist

Construction Specifications Institute

Class B General Contractor

Virginia Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation


Tim Brown

Tim Brown was my architecture studio professor for 4th and 5th year at Illinois Institute of Technology Architecture School.  I completed three studio projects under his guidance:

- The Mt. Mitchell Park Service Buildings Project.

- The Seoul Travelling Studio, Seoul National University Graduate Center in conjunction with Seoul National University Seoul, South Korea.

- The Capstone two-semester long project approved by the school of architecture for a 600 acre Farming Cooperative in northern Virginia.