My knowledge of architecture continues to develop throughout my academic studies, professional experiences, and independent research. During this time I have developed an interest in efficiency in design methods. For example, this includes managing digital representations more efficiently using building information modeling, using computer-aided manufacturing to build projects, and researching the metabolic design process which provides our cities the ability to become adaptable when necessary. My career objective is to be a part of a company that shares the similar interest previously mentioned, but also responds to design through a humane approach that ranges in various design scales. These types of projects include small residential projects to large commercial, cultural, corporate buildings.
2016-2019 | UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON | Masters of Architecture
2018 | KTH ROYAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY | Researcher
2012-2015 | TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY | B.S. in Environmental Design
2014 | BARCELONA ARCHITECTURE CENTER | Study Abroad
2019-Present | PAUL MICHAEL DAVIS ARCHITECTS, PLLC | Designer
2016-2018 | SHW ARCHITECTS | BIM Manager
2017 | PRECAST CONCRETE INSTITUTE | Researcher
2015-2016 | SZH ARCHITECTURE | Designer
2018 | VALLE RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP | “The Vertical Archipelago” |
Valle was a paid independent research which examined the adaptations of The Million Homes Program, an architectural movement that confronted matters of density, organic growth, and sustainability from 1960s-1970s throughout Sweden.
2018 | TWO SIDES OF THE BORDER EXHIBITION |
“Architecture On Revolution” | Architecture exhibit at Yale Univerity organized by Titania Bilbao during spring 2018.
2018 | IASS2018: CREATIVITY IN STRUCTURAL DESIGN |
“Sculpture on a Grand Scale” | This exhibit was presented during the International Association for Shell and Spatial Structures Symposium hosted at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
2018 | RESEARCH PRESENTATION PRECAST CONCRETE INSTITUTE |
“Formwork Methods: The Connectivity With Precast Concrete and 3D Printing” | Presentation at the Precast Concrete Institute Convention in Denver, Colorado.
2017 | THE CHARLES WINTHROP LEA, III, MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
2017, 2018 | END OF YEAR SHOW AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON | Selected student work celebrated at the end of the academic school year
Autodesk Revit | AutoCAD | Rhinoceros 3D | Adobe Photoshop | Adobe Indesign | Adobe Illustrator | SketchUp | Microsoft Office