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To attain a six-month to one-year contract position as an intermediate architect with a Vancouver-based architectural design firm.


• • • • • Three years of work experience as an architectural assistant, two years as a teaching/research assistant. Seven terms of design studio. Experienced in customer service and public relations. Fluent in English and French. Skilled in model, image and presentation generation using AutoCAD, Vectorworks, Revit, Archicad, Rhino3D, Grasshopper, Sketchup, Dreamweaver, Final Cut, Indesign, Illustrator & Photoshop.

University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada: • Master of Architecture, 2010. (Thesis commended.) • Bachelor of Architectural Studies, Honours Co-op, 2008.

Oct. 2006 – Aug. 2007 + Jan. – April 2008: Architectural Assistant Hilditch Architect (Charles Rosenberg, partner 416.593.6500) Design, research, competitions, client meetings, city meetings, site meetings, construction management, consultant coordination, working drawings, costing, permits, specification, tender, MOHLTC reports, Sketchup, PowerCad, Photoshop, Indesign, Illustrator. Jan. – Sept. 2006: Architectural Assistant architectsAlliance (Deni Papetti, associate 416.593.6500) Deficiencies, as-built drawings, working drawings, AutoCAD. May – Aug. 2005: Architectural Assistant Hancock, Bruckner, Eng and Wright (Salim Narayanan, Architect 604.683.4376) Working Drawings, AutoCAD. Sept. – Dec. 2004: Architectural Assistant Kasian Architecture Ltd. (Jason Wexler, Architect 604.683.4145) Graphic Design, Vectorworks, Photoshop, design development, model building.

Jan. – May 2004: Architectural Assistant Dishlevoy and Hagarty Architects (Tom Dishlevoy, partner 250.339.9528) Design, AutoCAD, contract administration, site visits, word processing.

Aug. - Sept. 2010: David Johnston Thank-You Celebration Centrepieces University of Waterloo (Rick Haldenby, Associate Professor/O'Donovan director 519.888.4567 x84544) Three members of bohmLAB (Abe Galway, Sarah Neault, and Tyler Walker, plus an additional friend, Ian Huff) were hired to prepare installations for the dinner celebrating David Johnston's accomplishments as president of the University of Waterloo. The theme of the evening was “barn-raising,” so I designed and fabricated a laser-cut plywood centerpiece composed of nine pieces which assembled into a small barn. Jan. – Jun. 2010: Research Assistant University of Waterloo (Donald McKay, associate professor 416.458.9675) Designed and executed “Mapping the Campus Using Locative Media,” a pedestrian survey for “Emerging Responsibilities: A Signage and Wayfinding Strategy at the University of Waterloo.” Research, mobile technologies, graphic design, presentation, small-group management. Jan. – Sept. 2009: Research Assistant University of Waterloo (Fred Thompson, professor emeritus 519.546.6773) Proposed and organized the revival of the Creative Problem Solving course and developed a new wireless webcam setup to replace an obsolete video-camera/VCR configuration. Assisted in the preparation of a paper on Lewerentz's funerary architecture for the 2009 A+P2 architecture and phenomenology conference in Japan. Sept. – Dec. 2009: Teaching Assistant (Arch 100: Introduction to Architecture) University of Waterloo (Donald McKay, associate professor 416.458.9675) Jan. – Apr. 2009: Teaching Assistant (3rd year Studio) University of Waterloo (Philip Beesley, associate professor 416.766.8284)

bohmLAB research group and exhibitions Three friends and I created bohmLAB—the first student-led research group at Waterloo Architecture Cambridge—in order to further the independent research for each of our theses, which collectively revolved around the topic of responsive architecture. We collected equipment (like Arduinos, projectors, and an Emotiv EEG headset), shared space and ideas with each other, posted to a public blog, ran two open houses and two independent exhibitions, and wrote a constitution for future members of the group. bohmLAB is named in honour Thomas Seebohm, one of our late computing professors. (Faculty Advisor: Maya Przbyiski, adjunct professor Wayfinding book The pedestrian survey I conducted for the Wayfinding project, led by associate professor Donald McKay, has been incorporated into a book documenting the entire Wayfinding project. I am a co-author of this book and my survey, “Mapping the Campus (Using Locative Media),” revealed previously-unseen patterns in pedestrian movement on campus which were incorporated into the final proposal. (Project Director: Donald McKay, associate professor 416.458.9675). rareSiting: Springbank Commons Ideas Competition In the spirit of Musagetes and SIG@Waterloo, the design of this new home for both groups facilitates social interaction within the building as well as between these organizations and the local community. (First Place Team: Liana Bresler, Sarah Neault, Allan Wilson). Graduate survey Fellow graduate student Liana Bresler and I prepared a graduate program “by the numbers” information document and conducted an anonymous graduate program, facilities, and services survey with the goal of initiating constructive student participation in the present and future directions of the School.