2009: Bachelors of Architecture from the School of Architecture at NJIT
2011: Masters of Science of Architecture & Urban Design at Pratt Institute
2015: Registered Architect in New York State
Robert AM Stern Architects (RAMSA) New York, NY
Multi-award winning firm specializing high end residential
Associate / Project Manager – June 2015 – Current
220 Central Park South: Duties include coordination of details and systems with all consultants and contractors with the impetus of retaining RAMSA’s original design intent as well as staffing and maintaining budget as required.
Architectural Designer – August 2011 – Current
Various Projects: Duties included managing team of design staff to produce various designs, while working one on one with partners, consultants and clients. Often worked in 3D modeling and rendering for presentation quality drawings as well as 3D printing.
Appel Design Group, Union, NJ
Multi-award winning firm specializing in light commercial and large residential projects
Junior Architect - June 2009 – July 2010
Various Projects: CAD draftsman and minor hand draftsman. Worked on CD sets for high-end residential construction as well as interior office fit-outs. Design work on residential additions and marketing material. Performed site and space planning studies, interior design and renovation work.
The Kimmerle Group, Morristown, NJ
Multi-award winning firm specializing in commercial and civic projects.
Intern / Junior Architect - August 2008 – January 2009
Various Projects: CAD draftsman, organized proposals, designed marketing material, ran LEED specification checklists and researched building products for value and efficiency, performed lighting analysis, site and space planning studies, interior design and renovation work
Adobe Photoshop / InDesign / Illustrator / Bridge
Rhinoceros (Mac and PC)
VRay (Rhino and Sketchup)
NJIT Dean’s List
“Androidian_ism” project from Fall ’10 for MSA&UD featured in Pratt Institute student work book, “inProcess17”
“Twist” project from Spring ’10 for MSA&UD featured in Pratt Institute student work book, “inProcess17”