EDUCATION

Yale University: Masters in Architecture (Aug 2006 - May 2009)

Princeton University: BA, Architecture (Aug 2000 - Jun 2004)

Denmark’s Intl. Study Program; Copenhagen, DK (Jan 2003 - May 2003)

EXPERIENCE

Senior Architect: Herzog & de Meuron; Basel/New York/Miami (Aug 2009 – Present)
- Parrish Art Museum: SD - CA [Watermill, NY]
- Perez Art Museum Miami: CA [Miami, FL]
- 215 Chrystie Street: DD - CA - [New York, NY]

Architect: 1100: Architect; New York, NY (Jun 2005 – Jul 2006)
- Avant Chelsea at 245 W. 19th Street: SD - CA [New York, NY]
- Mill Center for the Arts Competition Entry [Hendersonville, NC]
- Marden Residence at East 2nd Street: CA [New York, NY]

Architect: Rafael Vinoly Architects; New York, NY (Oct 2004 – Jun 2005)
- Domino Sugar Devel. Competition Winning Entry [New York, NY]
- Morven Museum and Garden Masterplan & Addition: DD [Princeton, NJ]
- Edificio Acqua Residential Development: SD [Punta del Este, Uruguay]

Intern: Passive Solar House; Paonia, CO (Jun 2003 - Aug 2003)
- Finish carpentry work: window and door framing

Asst Staff Architect: Theban Tomb Proj; Luxor, Egypt (Jun 2003 - Aug 2002)
- Analyzed and mapped a connected series of subterranean tombs

PUBLICATIONS & EXHIBITIONS

- PROJECT 3, "Complicity and Contradiction" (Spring 2014)
- 16,392 Images That Matter to Architecture, "256" (NY Art Book Fair; Sept 2013)
- Plat 1.0, "The Effrontery of Julian Schnabel's Palazzo Chupi" (Winter 2011)
- Perspecta 43: Taboo: Editor (Fall 2010)
- George Nelson Fellowship Exhibition, "La Nuova Realta" (YSoA; Spring 2009)
- Retrospecta 2006-2007: Assistant Editor (Fall 2007)
- 30 60 90: 09 (2005), intro. C. Seavitt, “The Intracoastal Waterway”
- The Dark Forest and the Art of Inversion in the Work of Alvar Aalto
[ Senior Thesis with adviser Guy Nordenson ] (Spring 2004)

AWARDS & HONORS

- American Institute of Architects Henry Adams Medal (Yale SoA; 2009)
- George Nelson Fellowship (Yale SoA; 2008-2009)
- David C. Morton II Scholarship (Yale SoA; 2008-2009)
- Kenneth A. Housholder Scholarship (Yale SoA; 2006-2009)
- Summa Cum Laude + Phi Beta Kappa (Princeton Univ; Spring 2004)
- J. Sanford Shanley ’17 Memorial Prize (Princeton Univ; Spring 2004)
- William Feay Shellman Travel Grant (Princeton Univ; Spring 2004)
- F. Bernard White Senior Thesis Prize (Princeton Univ; Spring 2004)
- William Rea ‘34 Travel Grant (Princeton Univ; 2003)
- Shapiro Prize for Academic Excellence (Princeton Univ; 2000-2001)
- National Merit Scholarship (National Merit Corporation; 2000-2001)

COMPUTER SKILLS

- 3D Modeling: 3D Studio Max, MAYA, and Rhino
- Graphics: Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign
- Drafting: AutoCAD and Vectorworks
- Animation: Aftereffects and Premiere

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

- Instructor, "Architecture": Duke TIP at Davidson (July 2008)
- TF for R. Nelson, "HSAR276: Art of Christian Empires": Yale (Spring 2009)
- TF for J. Leung, "ARC501: Arch Design Studio": Yale SOA (Fall 2008)
- TF for J. Axley, "ARC602: Structures II": Yale SOA (Fall 2007)
- TA for E. Petit, "ARC704: Arch Theory": Yale SOA (Fall 2007)

LANGUAGE SKILLS

- Proficient in Italian