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Dallas L.

SCAD m.arch; revit, sketchup, vue, autocad, photoshop

Atlanta, GA (30363)

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Adobe Photoshop

I know Photoshop like the back of my hand--from proper initial image setup to finish touches and final output. I know smart objects, blending options, filters, masks, shapes, cloning, creating brushes, patterns. I've captured images and completed touch-ups for corporate artwork. I've created nationally distributed leaflets, monographs and images. I've also created architectural Photoshop documents for government submissions.

AutoCAD

I've affectionately used AutoCAD since 1996, predominantly in the architecture field; however, I started out in civil engineering. In 2001 I won fourth place in a national speed and accuracy contest using AutoCAD. Sorta dorky, I know, but I'm super quick and knowledgeable. More recently using architectural desktop, I used normal AutoCAD for a long time. I can create blocks, smart walls, windows, doors, layers, quick/shortcuts, macros, layer theory, pen/color settings. I also know how to export and import to various programs.

Revit

I am very well-versed in Revit, and use it everyday! I am the office guru - I make components, create custom families, design intricate shapes and document the project. My co-workers come to me with questions. From soup to nuts, I do it all. I have worked for a BIM consulting firm, specializing in BIM-only projects and currently work for a very large Atlanta firm utilizing Revit and SketchUp.

Get into the nitty gritty world of Revit: stairs and railings, custom facade elements, custom doors and windows, rooms and tagging. There are many quick ways to create convincing presentations of your Revit model, lighting, shadows and animations! I've been around the program long enough to know the tricks and most importantly, what Revit is asking for.

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